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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
KIB Annual Report 2014
by:    27/11/2015
KIB Annual Report 2013
by:    27/08/2015
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Professor YANG Zhuliang

  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

  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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