China is preparing to introduce a new taxonomy that is based on biological agents.
The Wuxis are a family of plants that can produce and store a wide range of useful chemicals.
They have been a key supplier of fertilizer for China for years, and have also produced some of the most valuable medical drugs.
However, the Wixi family is in the process of dying out.
This is a big problem for China, which has a long history of drug production and has a lot of unexplored chemistry.
The new taxonomies aims to replace the WUXI with a new one that includes all known species.
The Chinese government wants to use the new taxonomic system to track the history of the plant family.
In a press release, the Ministry of Natural Resources said that the new database will be used to “track and catalog the history and evolution of the Waxi family and other plant family families, to help them survive and flourish in the future.”
The new system will also help to make sure that plants are grown and harvested according to the Woxi-Wuxi family’s production, harvesting and storage needs.
In addition, it will be a “first step to make it easier for the Chinese people to understand the chemical properties of these plants.”