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New Progress on Ethnobotany of De'ang People
The De'ang people, an old indigenous minority in China, mainly live in the Southwest of Yunan Province. They have accumulated abundant traditional knowledge about utilization of medicinal plants in their long-time live and produce. Supporting financially from the Knowledge Innovation Project of t... 查看详细>>
Research Progresses Achieved in the Effects of Nectar Robbing on ...
Nectar robbers are floral visitors who absorb plant nectar by means of piercing holes or biting flowers. The impacts of robbers on plant reproduction generally include both direct and indirect influences. The direct effects will occur when robbers act as pollinators (i.e. robber-like pollinators)... 查看详细>>
New Progress in the Total Synthesis of Natural Products

  Conquering complex natural products by total synthesis has always been a symbol of the advancement of organic chemistry. Total synthesis of challenging and complex natural products is also recognized as one of the toughest fields in the physical science. At present, Chinese chemists still lag far behind many of competitors from other developed countries in total synthesis of natural products. There also had been no systematic studies of the total synthesis in KIB. As of July 2008, Profes... 查看详细>>
Progresses in Computational Chemistry Research
 At present, natural product chemistry study has confronted with predicament, that is, the stereochemistry research. The three-dimensional structure of some compounds can not be effectively identified due to small quantity obtained in experiments, complex structure or other reasons. At the same t... 查看详细>>
High-throughput Sequencing of Six Bamboo Chloroplast Genomes
Bambusoideae which encompasses approximately 1000 species around the world is the only subfamily that contains woody members in the grass family, Poaceae. Temperate woody bamboos are highly diverse in East Asia with varied habits and complex morphological features and are notorious for being taxo... 查看详细>>
New Progress on the Ecological Function Research of Plant Seconda...
More and more research showed that plant secondary metabolites have a variety of ecological functions such as defense, attraction, signaling and UV protection. Researchers LI Shenghong and his colleagues, under the support of starting funding for talent introduction of Kunming Institute of Botany... 查看详细>>
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