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  •   Previous studies generally believe that figs and fig wasps are co-evolutionary and co-speciation. However, the discovery of different species of pollinating fig wasps on the same host indicates that some fig wasps and their hosts did not evolve at the same time and co-speciation, and the sit...

  •   Plant reproductive traits (e.g. seed traits, reproductive phenology, etc.), which can reflect the adaptation of plants to the environments, are important indicators for predicting the impacts of global climate change on plants and vegetation. However, due to the great variances in reproducti...

  •   Poaceae is the most economically important vascular plant family, containing many dominant species in various biomes. Since C4 photosynthetic pathway was discovered in 1966 in sugarcane, Poaceae has been focused to study ecophysiological, geographic and evolutionary differences between C3 an...

  •   Recently, the monograph named Flora of the South China Sea Islands was published by the China Forestry Publishing House. The editor-in-chief of the monograph was professor XING Fuwu of South China Botanical Garden, Chinese Academy of Sciences (SCBG).
      The South China Sea Islands, consiste...

  •   Physiological coordination between plant height and xylem hydraulic traits is aligned with habitat water availability across Earth’s terrestrial biomes, according to a new study.
      Ecologists from the South China Botanical Garden (SCBG), Chinese Academy of Sciences, conclude that such coo...
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