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Alice M. Boring: a pioneer in the study of Chinese amphibians and reptiles.

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Affiliation: Institute for the History of Natural Science, Chinese Academy of Sciences, Beijing, 100190, China, zhengshu@ihns.ac.cn.

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Alice Middleton Boring (博爱理, 1883–1955) was an American biologist and herpetologist who spent much of her academic life in China... Boring received her Ph.D. in 1910 from Bryn Mawr College, where she studied under biologists including Thomas Hunt Morgan and Nettie M... Although originally trained and worked in the field of genetics and cytology, Boring’s academic interest shifted to taxonomy and distribution of reptiles and amphibians during her stay in China... The variety of Chinese herpetofauna offered her an exciting research field, where she worked and published with biologists Nathaniel Gist Gee, Clifford H... Pope and Hu jingfu, as well as her students... In order to collect specimens, Boring had expeditions in different parts of China, such as Jiangxi, Zhejiang, Anhui, etc... Boring’s hard work yielded substantial results... Boring’s students made outstanding contributions to medicine and biology in China and abroad... Liu once discovered a new species of toad in Sichuan Province in China, and named it Vibrissaphora boringii, to express his enormous gratitude to Boring (Yenching Institute ; Fig. 3) It’s noteworthy that Boring’s life and career in China had always been challenged by the unstable social environment and inconvenient material condition... She had to stay in an internment camp before she was forced to leave China due to the war between America and Japan in 1943... She returned to China as soon as the chaos was over... There were reasons why she felt so “belong here” as she wrote to her family... Apart from her friendship with colleagues and students in China, her willing to fulfill herself by helping Chinese people with scientific knowledge transcended material hardship.

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Alice Middleton Boring (博爱理, 1883–1955) was an American biologist and herpetologist who spent much of her academic life in China... Boring received her Ph.D. in 1910 from Bryn Mawr College, where she studied under biologists including Thomas Hunt Morgan and Nettie M... Although originally trained and worked in the field of genetics and cytology, Boring’s academic interest shifted to taxonomy and distribution of reptiles and amphibians during her stay in China... The variety of Chinese herpetofauna offered her an exciting research field, where she worked and published with biologists Nathaniel Gist Gee, Clifford H... Pope and Hu jingfu, as well as her students... In order to collect specimens, Boring had expeditions in different parts of China, such as Jiangxi, Zhejiang, Anhui, etc... Boring’s hard work yielded substantial results... Boring’s students made outstanding contributions to medicine and biology in China and abroad... Liu once discovered a new species of toad in Sichuan Province in China, and named it Vibrissaphora boringii, to express his enormous gratitude to Boring (Yenching Institute ; Fig. 3) It’s noteworthy that Boring’s life and career in China had always been challenged by the unstable social environment and inconvenient material condition... She had to stay in an internment camp before she was forced to leave China due to the war between America and Japan in 1943... She returned to China as soon as the chaos was over... There were reasons why she felt so “belong here” as she wrote to her family... Apart from her friendship with colleagues and students in China, her willing to fulfill herself by helping Chinese people with scientific knowledge transcended material hardship.

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