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Douglasdeweya: A new genus, with a new species and a new combination (Triticeae: Poaceae)
The new genus Douglasdeweya C. Yen, J.L. Yang & B.R. Baum is based on results from cytogenetical and morphological findings — PPStSt genome — and is segregated from the genus Pseudoroegneria — StSt...
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Chromosomal location of genes for supernumerary spikelet in bread wheat
The supernumerary spikelet (SS) character of bread wheat (Triticum aestivum L.) is an abnormal spike morphology expressing extra spikelets per spike. Chromosomal location of the genes for the SSExpand
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Chromosome location of the gene for brittle rachis in the Tibetan weedrace of common wheat
The brittle rachis of the Tibetan weedrace (Triticum aestivum var. tibetanum) was found to be governed by a single dominant gene on the short arm of chromosome 3D. The new brittle rachis gene wasExpand
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Kengyilia: synopsis and key to species
Kengyilia Yen and Yang is a new genus in the Triticeae from west China. It is similar to Roegneria C. Koch, from which it differs by the erect spikes with dense arrangement of spikelets and theExpand
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A taxonomic synopsis of the genus Campeiostachys Drobov
Abstract  We have classified 11 species recently recognized as belonging to the genus Elymus into a resurrected and legitimate genus Campeiostachys Drobov according to the International Code ofExpand
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Taxonomic separation ofKengyilia (Poaceae: Triticeae) in relation to nearest relatedRoegneria, Elymus, andAgropyron, based on some morphological characters
Based on 100 species representative of the four genera, we scored 290 herbarium specimens for a number of morphological characters. The data were subjected to canonical discriminant analysis usingExpand
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Kengyilia habahenensis (Poaceae: Triticeae) — a new species from the Altai mountains, China
Kengyilia habahenensis, spec. nova, from the Altai mountains, China, is described morphologically and cytologically. It has 2n = 42 chromosomes, and the genome formula PYS.
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Synopsis of Leymus Hochst. (Triticeae: Poaceae)
Leymus is a genus in the Triticeae tribe, Poaceae. The taxa of this genus are allopolyploid species which possess the Ns and Xm genomes. According to cytological, cytogenetic and molecular geneticExpand
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A biodegradable, immunoprotective, dual nanoporous capsule for cell-based therapies.
To demonstrate the transplantation of drug-secreting cells with immunoprotection, a biodegradable delivery device combining two nanoporous capsules is developed using secretory alkaline phosphataseExpand
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Morphology and cytology of intergeneric hybrids involvingLeymus multicaulis (Poaceae)
The morphology and meiotic behaviour of pollen mother cells were studied in hybrids involvingLeymus multicaulis (2n = 28) ×Psathyrostachys huashanica (2n = 14),L. multicaulis ×P. juncea (2n = 14),Expand
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