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Scientists Made the Important Progress in Water Relation of Flower Research
by: ZHANG Fengping    26/05/2017

  Water stress is known to cause xylem cavitation in the leaves, roots and stems of plants, bu...
Plastid Phylogenomics Provides Insights into the Phylogeny and Isomeric Plastomes in Cupressoidea...
by: QU Xiaojian    28/04/2017

  The cypress family, Cupressaceae, contains about 140 species in 32 genera with worldwide dis...
Scientists made a Great Progress in Seed Biology Research
by: CHEN Hongying    16/04/2017

  Maturation drying is a pivotal step during seed development in many plant species. Once dry,...
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New look at Satellite data Quantifies Scale of China's Afforestat...
by: Antje Ahrends    04/05/2017
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The Way to the Sacred Land: Cherishing the wildlife and traditional culture of the Kailash Sacred Landscape
by:YANG Mei    08/12/2016
KIB Annual Report 2015
by:YANG Mei    30/05/2016
KIB Annual Report 2014
by:    27/11/2015
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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 LI Weiqi

  LI Weiqi, Professor of Biochemistry and Molecular Biology. Major research interests include: 1) plant molecular physiology and functional genomics; 2) abiotic stress adaptation in plants; 3) plant Lipidomics; 4) cryoprecervation of wild plant species.
  E-mail: weiqili@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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