Xingjie Han

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Ramie (Boehmeria nivea) was domesticated in China. However, the geographic region of domestication is not exactly known. Genetic diversity and population structure of ramie and their wild relatives were assessed using microsatellite markers. The 8 microsatellite primers revealed 96 alleles in 50 ramie populations, with an average of 10.25 alleles per locus.(More)
Hybridization is particularly likely to occur in initial and young polyploid complexes, and interspecies hybridization between diverged species usually leads to a complicated reticulate evolution. The Ranunculus cantoniensis complex and its allied species include R. chinensis (2x), R. silerifolius var. silerifolius (2x), R. cantoniensis (4x), R. trigonus(More)
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