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Plastid phylogenomic insights into the evolution of Caryophyllales.
Phylogenetic relationships, character evolution and biogeographic diversification of Pogostemon s.l. (Lamiaceae).
The plastid genome and its implications in barcoding specific-chemotypes of the medicinal herb Pogostemon cablin in China
The barcode developed in this study is thought to be a simple and reliable quality control method for Chinese P. cablin on the market.
A comparison of chloroplast genome sequences in Aconitum (Ranunculaceae): a traditional herbal medicinal genus
The herbal medicinal genus Aconitum L., belonging to the Ranunculaceae family, represents the earliest diverging lineage within the eudicots and currently comprises of two subgenera, A. subgenus Lycoctonum and A. Acon itum, which will benefit future phylogenetic analyses and aid in germplasm utilization in AconItum species.
Peanut Production and Utilization in the People's Republic of China
- G. Yao
From Polyalthia to Polyalthiopsis (Annonaceae): transfer of species enlarges a previously monotypic genus
On the basis of the combined molecular phylogenetic and morphological data, it is proposed that two new combinations, Polyalthiopsis chinensis and P. verrucipes are proposed, which are sister to Miliusa with weak to strong support (PP = 1, MPBS = 54%).
A TAXONOMIC REVISION OF POGOSTEMON (LAMIACEAE) FROM CHINA
Based on field observation and extensive herbarium studies, a comprehensive taxonomic revision of the genus Pogostemon in China was carried out. Twenty-seven species and two varieties are recognized,…
Phylogenetic estimation and morphological evolution of Alsineae (Caryophyllaceae) shed new insight into the taxonomic status of the genus Pseudocerastium
New bee flies from the mid-Cretaceous Myanmar amber (Brachycera: Asiloidea: Bombyliidae)
Haploperla choui sp. n. (Plecoptera: Chloroperlidae), a remarkable new stonefly from Qinling Mountains of China.
A new chloroperline stonefly species, Haploperla choui from the Qinling Mountains, Shaanxi Province, China is described. It is compared to other species of the genus known from Asia.