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Seed plant phylogenetic diversity and species richness in conservation planning within a global b...
by: LI Rong    24/11/2015

  Biodiversity conservation has long been a focus of research as species extinction risks resu...
Agroforestry suggestions based on climatic modelling
by: Sailesh Ranjitkar    24/11/2015

  Indigenous agroforestry systems have been practiced for centuries in the Himalaya Mountains ...
How do stinging hairs and other characters evolve in the nettle family (Urticaceae)?
by: WU Zengyuan    09/11/2015

  Urticaceae Juss. is a large cosmopolitan family, and it is a taxonomically difficult group, ...
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Kunming Institute of Botany signs an MoU with The Mushroom Resear...
by: YANG Mei    29/10/2015
· Kunming Institute of Botany signs an MoU w...
· Assistant English Editor Vacancy
· CAS President’s International Fellowship ...
· Givaudan delegation visited Kunming Instit...
· American Journal of Botany Highlights Biol...
· China strengthens cooperation with mountai...
· The collecting trips to Hainan Island by t...
· Kunming Camellia Society debuted
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KIB Annual Report 2013
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KIB Annual Report 2012
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Professor YI Tingshuang

  YI Tingshuang, Professor of botany. Major research interests include 1) biogeography of disjunct distribution of plant taxa in Northern Hemisphere, with emphasis on Pistacia, Rhus, Cotinus of Anacardiaceae; Hamamelis of Hamamelidaceae; Aralia and Panax of Araliaceae; Rosa and Malus of Rosaceae; 2) reconstruct tree of life of Penta...
Professor XU Jianchu

  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]
    by:SUN Hang  
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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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