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  • Shenzhen Bay is located in two large, modern cities (Shenzhen and Hong Kong) on the east coast of the Pearl River Estuary. Being a stopover station and habitat of migratory birds for the north-south flyway in Eastern Hemisphere, the mangrove ecosystem in the Shenzhen Bay has extremely important e...
  • Annonaceae is a remarkably diverse family of Magnoliales. Dr. XU Fengxia of CAS South China Botanicla Garden and Dr. Ronse De Craene of Royal Botanic Garden Edinburgh, Britain investigated the floral development of 15 species with the scanning electron microscope to understand the basis for evol...
  • Paleopolyploidy refers to ancient genome duplications which occurred at least several million years ago. The genome doubling event could either be an autopolyploidy or an allopolyploidy. Due to functional redundancy, genes are rapidly silenced and/or lost from the duplicated genomes. Most paleopo...
  • On Augest 20, Prof. LI Jiayang, the Vice President of Chinese Academy of Sciences (CAS), made an inpection on South China Botanical Garden (SCBG), accompanied by Mr. KONG Fanwen, (director of Bureau of Capital Construction, CAS), Dr. SU Ronghui (deputy director of Bureau of Life Sciences and Biot...
  • Mr. Larry Nau, the Executive Director of the International Waterlily & Water Gardening Society (IWGS), visited the South China Botanical Garden (SCBG), Chinese Academy of Sciences from July 27th to 28th. He was warmly received by Prof. HUANG Hongwen, director of SCBG, Prof. XIA Nianhe, vice direc...
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