Author pages are created from data sourced from our academic publisher partnerships and public sources.
Refugia within refugia: the case study of a canopy tree (Eurycorymbus cavaleriei) in subtropical China
Aim Eurycorymbus cavaleriei (Levl.) Rehd. et Hand.-Mazz. (Sapindaceae) is a Tertiary relict tree endemic to subtropical China. This area is a centre for speciation and evolution within the East Asia… Expand
Genetic Resources of Kiwifruit: Domestication and Breeding
1 Horticultural Reviews, Volume 33, Edited by Jules Janick ISBN 978-0-471-73214-3 © 2007 John Wiley & Sons, Inc. *I thank R. A. Martin and A. G. Seal for reading parts of the manuscript, F. A. Gunson… Expand
Molecular evidence for an Asian origin and a unique westward migration of species in the genus Castanea via Europe to North America.
- P. Lang, F. Dane, T. Kubisiak, H. Huang
- Biology, Medicine
- Molecular phylogenetics and evolution
- 1 April 2007
The genus Castanea (Fagaceae) is widely distributed in the deciduous forests of the Northern Hemisphere. The striking similarity between the floras of eastern Asia and those of eastern North America… Expand
Allozyme and RAPD analysis of the genetic diversity and geographic variation in wild populations of the American chestnut (Fagaceae).
Genetic variation among 12 populations of the American chestnut (Castanea dentata) was investigated. Population genetic parameters estimated from allozyme variation suggest that C. dentata at both… Expand
High interpopulation genetic differentiation and unidirectional linear migration patterns in Myricaria laxiflora (Tamaricaceae), an endemic riparian plant in the Three Gorges Valley of the Yangtze…
Myricaria laxiflora is restricted to the riverbanks of the Yangtze River valley and will be completely lost owing to the construction of the Three Gorges Dam. Genetic diversity and structure of nine… Expand
Species‐level phylogeographical history of Myricaria plants in the mountain ranges of western China and the origin of M. laxiflora in the Three Gorges mountain region
Myricaria species in China occur mostly in the major high‐altitude mountain areas in and around the Qinghai‐Tibetan Plateau. The one major exception to this is M. laxiflora which is restricted to the… Expand
Ancient genome duplications during the evolution of kiwifruit (Actinidia) and related Ericales.
BACKGROUND AND AIMS To assess the number and phylogenetic distribution of large-scale genome duplications in the ancestry of Actinidia, publicly available expressed sequenced tags (ESTs) for members… Expand
A single origin and moderate bottleneck during domestication of soybean (Glycine max): implications from microsatellites and nucleotide sequences.
Background and Aims It is essential to illuminate the evolutionary history of crop domestication in order to understand further the origin and development of modern cultivation and agronomy; however,… Expand
Comparative transcriptome resources of eleven Primulina species, a group of ‘stone plants’ from a biodiversity hot spot
- B. Ai, Y. Gao, X. Zhang, Junjie Tao, M. Kang, H. Huang
- Biology, Medicine
- Molecular ecology resources
- 1 May 2015
The genus Primulina is an emerging model system in studying the drivers and mechanisms of species diversification, for its high species richness and endemism, together with high degree of habitat… Expand
Population structure of the wild soybean (Glycine soja) in China: implications from microsatellite analyses.
BACKGROUND AND AIMS Wild soybean (Glycine soja), a native species of East Asia, is the closest wild relative of the cultivated soybean (G. max) and supplies valuable genetic resources for cultivar… Expand