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This center has the fourth largest herbarium in China, with about 650,000 specimens and perhaps one of the richest in specimens of Poaceae, Apiaceae, and Brassicaceae. It was founded in 1923.
Ching Ren-chang, Choo Tai-yien, Chun Woon-young, Fang Wen-pei, Keng Yi-li, Pei Chien, Sheh Meng-lan, Tsai Hse-tao, Tsiang Ying, Wang Chi-wu, Wang Ming-jin, Wang Xi-qu, Yao Gan, Yue Jun-san, Zuo Da-xun.