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Tanaduk Initiates New Botanical Studies in Tibetan Medicine

Research Study (Access is now restricted)

The Tanaduk Research Institute studies show that the Tibetan Plateau and Mongolian regions with its bordering mountains, represents unbroken connections from tropical to extremely cold, pre-humid to extremely arid conditions. The flora accordingly is extremely rich and varied in places, largely very insufficiently known, but highly important to the understanding of the variation and radiation of Northern hemisphere mountain floras as well. In terms of biodiversity, SE Tibet and Yunnan and NW Tibet, Xinjiang has narrow intervening belts, that is unique on earth. We have been researching in these area's since 1973 and have brought much support to the people and conditions supportive to botanical conservation and Goji farming. This research is restricted for viewing because of bio-plagiarism.

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