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The Institute of Plant Protection (IPP), Chinese Academy of Agricultural Sciences (CAAS), was established in August 1957. Based on Department of Plant Disease and Insect Pests and Department of Pesticide Science in North China Institute of Agricultural Sciences, IPP was founded as one of the five institutes first established in CAAS. It is a national non-profit scientific research institute that specializes in crop pest research, prevention, and control.
Institute of Crop Sciences (ICS) is a non-profit state-owned institute regrouped by the former Institute of Crop Germplasm Resources, Institute of Crop Breeding & Cultivation and the Crop Mutation Breeding Laboratory of Institute for Application of Atomic Energy in 2003. There are 350 staffs, including 92 research professors, 95 research associates, 51 PhD advisors. Over 500 graduate candidates, 60 post-doctoral fellows and 30 visiting scholars are studying here.
Founded in 1958, Institute of Vegetables and Flowers, Chinese Academy of Agricultural Sciences, was the only national nonprofit professional research organization in the field of vegetables and flowers.
China National Rice Research Institute (CNRRI) was established in Hangzhou City, Zhejiang Province approved by the Chinese State Council in June 1981. The main mission of CNRRI is to contribute to food security, nutrition improvement, environment protection, and poverty elimination in China through rice research. CNRRI focuses on basic and applied researches with priority on solving significant scientific and technical problems in rice production.
Oil Crops Research Institute (OCRI), located in Wuhan in central China, is a national scientific research center engaged in oil crops improvement with complementary research disciplines.
The Institute of Bast Fiber Crops (IBFC) is the only national comprehensive research institute engaging in research on bast fiber crops. Now it has a working staff of 175, including 1 national expert, 2 young and middle-aged experts with great contribution of the Ministry of Agriculture, and 14 people awarded special allowance by the Chinese State Council.
The Zhengzhou Fruit Research Institute (ZFRI) is a national research institute studying deciduous fruit and some cucurbits (watermelon and melon). ZFRI focuses its research on fruit genetics and breeding, cultivation, integrated pest management, postharvest research, and fruit quality and safety inspection.
ZFRI now has 206 staff members, among which 60 are senior researchers. As a training base , it offers three doctoral and four master’s programs, enrolling more than 50 students totally.
The Tea Research Institute (TRI) was established in September 1958, affiliated with the Chinese Academy of Agriculture Sciences (CAAS). It is located in Hangzhou, Zhejiang Province.
Founded in 1958, the Tobacco Research Institute (TRI) of the Chinese Academy of Agricultural Sciences (CAAS) is responsible for tobacco agricultural science and technology research at the central government level in China. After development of more than half a century, TRI is a now a comprehensive research institution that has a wide range of academic disciplines with a number of national leading subjects, and a large group of specialized experts capable of high-level science and technology innovation as well as transformation of the achievements.