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Out of the Qinghai-Tibet Plateau: evidence for the origin and dispersal of Eurasian temperate plants from a phylogeographic study of Hippophaë rhamnoides (Elaeagnaceae).
- Dong-Rui Jia, R. Abbott, Teng-Liang Liu, Kangshan Mao, I. Bartish, Jianquan Liu
- BiologyThe New phytologist
- 1 June 2012
The phylogeographic analyses supported an 'out-of-QTP' hypothesis for H. rhamnoides followed by allopatric divergence, hybridization and introgression, which highlights the complexity of intraspecific evolutions and the importance of the QTP as a center of origin for many temperate plants.
Evolutionary history of an alpine shrub Hippophae tibetana (Elaeagnaceae):allopatric divergence and regional expansion
- Dong-Rui Jia, Teng-Liang Liu, Liuyang Wang, Dangwei Zhou, Jianquan Liu
- Biology, Environmental Science
Coalescent tests rejected the hypothesis that all current populations originated from a single refugium during the Last Glacial Maximum and supported hypothesis that two lineages diverged before the late Pleistocene.
Repeated range expansion and glacial endurance of Potentilla glabra (Rosaceae) in the Qinghai-Tibetan plateau.
- Liuyang Wang, H. Ikeda, Teng-Liang Liu, Yu-Jin Wang, Jianquan Liu
- BiologyJournal of integrative plant biology
- 1 July 2009
The findings based on available limited samples support that multiple refugia of a few cold-enduring species had been maintained in the QTP platform during LGM and/or previous glacial stages.
The leaf-mining genus Antispila Hübner, 1825 feeding on Vitaceae in Shandong Peninsula, China with one new species (Lepidoptera, Heliozelidae)
The adult male and female, host plant and typical patterns of leaf-mines of both species are illustrated, as are male andFemale genitalia and venation, and DNA barcodes of bothspecies are provided for facilitating species delimitation.
First report of the leaf-mining genus Antispila Hübner,  from mainland China, with the description of a new species feeding on Cornus (Lepidoptera, Heliozelidae)
Abstract The genus Antispila Hübner,  is newly recorded from mainland China. Antispila sinensis sp. n., the first formally named Heliozelidae species in mainland China, is described. The host…
Taxonomic study of the leafmining genus Liocrobyla Meyrick, 1916 from China (Lepidoptera, Gracillariidae, Ornixolinae) with a description of one new species
Three species of the leafmining genus Liocrobyla Meyrick, 1916 from China are treated and a new species feeding on the plant genus Indigofera is described as new to science.
Influence of cyanobacterial blooms and environmental variation on zooplankton and eukaryotic phytoplankton in a large, shallow, eutrophic lake in China.
Review of the Palearctic Atemelia Herrich-Schäffer (Lepidoptera, Yponomeutoidea, Praydidae), with description of a new leafmining species.
The Palearctic Atemelia Herrich-Schäffer, 1853 is reviewed, and one of which is described as new: A. fusca sp.
Diploid hybrid origin of Hippophaë gyantsensis (Elaeagnaceae) in the western Qinghai–Tibet Plateau
The phylogenetic origin of Hippophae gyantsensis, a diploid species occurring in the western Qinghai-Tibet Plateau, is examined to suggest that H.gyantsensis is a morphologically stable, genetically independent and ecologically distinct species.
Review of the genus Argyresthia Hübner,  (Lepidoptera: Yponomeutoidea: Argyresthiidae) from China, with descriptions of forty-three new species
The present paper describes 43 new species and record seven species new to China based on the available specimens, which brings the total species number of Argyresthia in China to 64.