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A New Research Advance in Genomic DNA Methylation of Dicotyledonous Castor Bean Seeds with Persis...
by: XU Wei    04/05/2016

  DNA methylation, one of important epigenetic markers, has shown broad-ranging functions, inc...
A Monooxygenase Boreostereum vibrans Catalyzes Oxidative Decarboxylation in a Divergent ...
by: ZENG Ying    27/04/2016

  Natural products with architecturally distinct scaffolds remain attractive for the discovery...
Soybean CDPKs Specifically Respond to Herbivory and Drought Stresses
by: SUN Guiling    21/04/2016

  Soybean (Glycine max) is one of the most important crops, and insects and drought cause larg...
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Delegation of Botanic Gardens of Toyama, Japan Visits Kunming Ins...
by: WANG Zhonglang    14/05/2016
· Delegation of Botanic Gardens of Toyama, J...
· Kunming Institute of Botany Participates i...
· China Exclusive: China's Seed Haven Protec...
· Mountain Futures Initiative to Chart a Bri...
· Chinese amber researchers fighting commerc...
· Seeds of Change Take Root in Conference on...
· Kunming Institute of Botany signs an MoU w...
· Assistant English Editor Vacancy
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KIB Annual Report 2014
by:    27/11/2015
KIB Annual Report 2013
by:    27/08/2015
KIB Annual Report 2012
by:    24/10/2013
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Professor LIU Aizhong

  LIU Aizhong, Professor, obtained his Ph.D. at the Kunming Institute of Botany, Chinese Academy of Sciences in 2001, received postdoctoral training in Smithsonian Institute (Washington DC) and Vanderbilt University (Nashville, TN) from October, 2001 to October, 2006, and worked as a senior scientist at University of Georgia (Athens...
Professor ZENG Ying

  ZENG Ying, Professor of biochemistry. Major research interests are to understand the formation of important natural products in selected plants and fungi at the gene and enzyme levels and then to use this information to improve the production and to develop novel therapeutically relevant compounds. E-mail: biochem@mail.kib.ac.cn

  •   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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