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Out of America: Ancient DNA Evidence for a New World Origin of Late Quaternary Woolly Mammoths
Although the iconic mammoth of the Late Pleistocene, the woolly mammoth (Mammuthus primigenius), has traditionally been regarded as the end point of a single anagenetically evolving lineage, recentExpand
Contrary to taxonomic descriptions, female flowers of Suckleya suckleyana have four perianth segments rather than two bracts. Consequently, Suckleya suckleyana belongs in the tribe Chenopodieae,Expand
Comparisons of the Volatile Leaf Oils of Juniperus rigida Mig. from Northeastern China, Korea and Japan
ABSTRACT The composition of the leaf oils of Juniperus rigida from northeast China, Japan and Korea are reported. The Japanese samples were very similar to previous literature reports being rich inExpand
Evolutionary studies of atriplex: phylogenetic relationships of Atriplex pleiantha
Atriplexpleiantha Weber differs from all other species of Atriplex in having 1) multiple female flowers subtended by two bracts, 2) female flowers with a perianth, and 3) embryos with radiclesExpand
The Genus Kochia (Chenopodiaceae) in North America
Abstract The genus Kochia and Bassia with which it has been combined, of Chenopodiaceae tribe Camphorosmeae, were at one time considered to include plants native to Eurasia, Australia, and NorthExpand
Essential Oil of Juniperus squamata D. Don var. fargesii Redh. and Wils. Leaves from China
ABSTRACT The leaf essential oil of Juniperus squamata var. fargesii from Gansu, China has been analyzed by GC/MS. Although the oil was found to contain more than 80 constituents, it was dominated byExpand
Essential Oil of Juniperus formosana Hayata Leaves from China
ABSTRACT The leaf oil of Juniperus formosana of Chinese origin was analyzed by GC/MS. It was found to contain more than 70 components, although most of diem were present in amounts of less dian 2%.Expand
Nomenclatural notes on the Boraginaceae of China
Three new combinations, Tournefortia sibirica L. var. angustior (A. DC.) G. L. Chu & M. G. Gilbert, Lappula ferganensis (Popov) Kamelin & G. L. Chu, and L. lasiocarpa (W. T. Wang) Kamelin & G. L.Expand