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Southern China: Likely Genetic Reservoir of Modern Humans after Entering East Asia
Southern China was likely the genetic reservoir of modern humans after theyentered East Asia, according to researchers at Kunming Institute of Zoology, Chinese Academy of Sciences.
  The paper “Large-scale mtDNA screening reveals a surprising matrilineal complexity in East Asia and its implications to the peopling of the region” by KONG Qingpeng et al, suggests that the unclassified mtDNAs ... more
Rui-Wu Wang’s paper was compiled into a Virtual Issue of Celebrating Darwin
In celebrating of the bi-centenary of Darwin's birth, Journal of Animal Ecology, which is founded in 1930 and now is one of the flagship journals of ecological society, compiled a virtual issue of some of the exciting works showing the links between ecology and evolution. These selected papers have made a major impact on the way we think. The paper of Dr Rui-Wu Wang et al. published in 2008 was... more
Conservation status of endangered fish, Gymnodiptychus integrigymnatus (Teleostei: Cyprinidae) endemic to Gaoligongshan Mountains, China

  Gymnodiptychus integrigymnatus is a critically endangered species endemic to the Gaoligongshan Mountains. It was thought to be only distributed in several headwater-streams of the Longchuanjiang River (west slope of the Gaoligongshan Mountains, belonging to the Irrawaddy River drainage). It was listed in Chinese Red List as critically endangered species. From 1998 to 2008, the Kunming Inst... more
Frogs Evolution Tracks Rise of Himalayas and Rearrangement of Southeast Asia
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Purification and characterization of two new allergens from the salivary glands of the horsefly, tabanus yao
Dong-Ying MA
  Horseflies (Tabanus yao) are mainly distributed in pastoral area and bite human and livestock. A bite from a horsefly can be very painful, and it can cause allergic reactions in humans. There is no information about allergenic horsefly proteins.
  Professor Ren LAI of Kunming Institute of Zoology (KIZ) , the Chinese Academy of Sciences (CAS), and his Ph.D student Dong-ying MA... more
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