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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... More>>
Significant Progress of Studies on the Genus Tuber from ...
Tuber F. H. Wigg. produce subterranean ascomata known as truffles in commercial market andis of great ecological importance and scientific value. Some of them are very popular edible mushrooms and called “black diamond” or “food of God” for their special flavor and high price. In recent years... More>>
The New Detection of an Endemic Specie Primula caldaria ...
In March 2011, with the support of related research project, members of SHUI Yumin’s research group of Kunming Institute of Botany went to Deqin and Heqing County in Yunnan province working for plant survey for about one week.
  Owing to the construction road and unfortunately suffered heavy s... More>>
Orchid Draws Flies with Fungal Disguise
Two years after his landmark work, “On the Origin of Species by Means of Natural Selection”, Charles Darwin in a letter to Joseph Hooker, the assistant director of the Royal Botanic Gardens Kew, wrote “I never was more interested in any subject in my life, than this of orchids”. In 1862, Darw... More>>
New Research Suggests Biogeographic Implications of Dry-Hot (Warm...

  Doctor ZHANG Ticao and Professor SUN Hang published their new findings on biogeographic implications of Dry-Hot (Warm) Valleys of Southwest (SW) China. Their findings suggest that tectonic events not only made the continuous range of organisms into disjunctive pieces, but also made the disju... More>>
Phylogeny and Biogeography of Soroseris, Stebbinsia<...
Soroseris, Stebbinsia, and Syncalathium are three genera of the sunflower family (Asteraceae) with restricted distributions on high screes of the Tibetan Plateau. A molecular analysis to test the monophyly of the genera, evaluate the phylogenetic relationships and construct their biogeographic di... More>>
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