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Scientists Unveil Poisonous Mushroom in China
by: CAI Qing    31/10/2016

  Poisonous mushrooms are very rich and diverse in China. Lethal amanitas are a group of wild,...
   
China’s Rubber Expansion Could Stretch Biodiversity and Livelihoods to the Limit
by:    19/10/2016

  China’s insatiable appetite for rubber, to satisfy its rapidly growing car market, is pushi...
   
Save China’s Wild Bees to Safeguard Global Food Supply
by: Andrew STEVENSON    23/09/2016

  China has so far avoided the massive losses of bees seen in the West, but the country’s div...
   
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International Training Workshop on Community-based Biodiversity C...
by: FU Yao    23/11/2016
 
· International Training Workshop on Communi...
· Memorandum of Understanding Extension betw...
· Climate Change Could Hurt Coffee, Help Ban...
· A Sustainable Future for Rubber Smallholders
· China-Myanmar Established Biodiversity Res...
· Chinese Scientists Rediscover Lost Fungus
· Annual Report 2015, Kunming Institute of B...
· Delegation of Botanic Gardens of Toyama, J...
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KIB Annual Report 2015
by:YANG Mei    30/05/2016
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KIB Annual Report 2014
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KIB Annual Report 2013
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Professor YANG Zhuliang
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  YANG Zhuliang, Professor of mycology. Major research interests include 1) fungal diversity within and among geographic regions; 2) phylogenetic relationships and biogeography among species within representative genera or families of higher fungi, with emphasis on Agaricaceae, Amanitaceae, and Physalacriaceae (e.g. Lepiota s.l., Am...
Professor XU Jianchu
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  XU Jianchu, Professor of ethnoecology. Major research interests are the ethnoecology and human dimensions of global environmental change, including community-based conservation, land use/cover change, climate change impacts, and forest transitions and their implications for environmental service provision in mountain regions. E-ma...

  •   Su-gong Wu (S. K. Wu), a renowned botanist, professor of Kunming Institute of Botany, Chinese Academy of Sciences, had made great contributions to China’s botanical research an... [more]
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Kunming Botanical Garden: News in Brief
by: David Sim Paterson
Brief History of Kunming Botanical Garden, KIB
by: David Sim Paterson
News in Brief: Kunming Botanical Garden. Sudden Branch Drop
by: David Sim Paterson
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