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Department of Biological Sciences
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Xishuangbanna Tropical Botanical Garden
666303 Menglun Yunnan China
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fax +86.691.8715070

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  • 22 Oct 2014Genomic data reveals patterns in the regulation of transpiration in Ficus

    Protein Domain Analysis of Genomic Sequence Data Reveals Regulation of LRR Related Domains in Plant Transpiration in Ficus.  Tiange Lang, Kangquan Yin, Jinyu Liu, Kunfang Cao, Charles H. Cannon, and Fang K. Du.  PLoS One. Predicting protein domains is essential for understanding a protein’s function at the molecular level. However, up till now, there has been no direct and straightforward […]

  • 18 Oct 2014Borneo and Indochina are evolutionary hotspots

    A recent publication in Systematic Biology highlights the role of Borneo and Indochina as exceptional evolutionary hotspots in Southeast Asia.  Compiling and reanalyzing a large amount of data, a team of 13 experts representing a wide range of scientific fields demonstrate that for a diverse range of fauna and flora, within-area diversification and subsequent emigration […]

  • 15 Oct 2014Dr. Cannon speaks at evolutionary genomics meeting

    Dr. Charles Cannon gave an invited presentation at the “Evolutionary Genetics and Genomics” workshop at Cold Spring Harbor, Asia in Suzhou, China on Oct 10, 2014.  His talk was entitled “Tropical Diversification and Genomic Mutualisms”. The workshop site is at the following link: https://www.csh-asia.org/2014meetings/Genome.html While in China, he was also invited to make a presentation at […]

  • 15 Oct 2014Peter Alele publishes study on soils in Uganda

    How Does Conversion of Natural Tropical Rainforest Ecosystems Affect Soil Bacterial and Fungal Communities in the Nile River Watershed of Uganda? Peter O. Alele mail, Douglas Sheil, Yann Surget-Groba, Shi Lingling, Charles H. Cannon Published: August 12, 2014 DOI: 10.1371/journal.pone.0104818 http://www.plosone.org/article/info%3Adoi%2F10.1371%2Fjournal.pone.0104818

  • 17 Aug 2014Footprints of divergent selection in tropical chestnut

    Footprints of divergent selection in natural populations of Castanopsis fargesii (Fagaceae) C Li, Y Sun, H W Huang and C H Cannon Abstract Given predicted rapid climate change, an understanding of how environmental factors affect genetic diversity in natural populations is important. Future selection pressures are inherently unpredictable, so forest management policies should maintain both overall diversity and identify […]

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