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- Huang, Zhi‐Huan; Luo, Wen‐Hua; Huang, Shi‐Xun; Huang, Shuang‐Quan
- Journal of systematics and evolution 2018 v.56 no.3 pp. 243-249
- Malvaceae; Nectarinia; birds; butterflies; calyx; ecology; endangered species; ex situ conservation; fruits; honey bees; leaves; limestone; nectar; pollen; pollinators; reproductive success; seed set; self-pollination; sugars; trees; wasps; China
- ... Loss of local, effective pollinators may potentially limit plant reproductive success but the plant–pollinator interactions could be rescued if the plant does not reject other pollen vectors. Firmiana kwangsiensis H.H. Hsue (Malvaceae) is an endangered tree endemic to limestone areas in South China. Although its preservation status is listed as “critically endangered”, its reproductive ecology is ...
- Habibi, Farzaneh; Vít, Petr; Rahiminejad, Mohammadreza; Mandák, Bohumil
- Journal of systematics and evolution 2018 v.56 no.3 pp. 231-242
- Chenopodium album; branching; chromosome number; diploidy; flow cytometry; greenhouse production; hexaploidy; leaves; morphometry; morphs; nuclear genome; tetraploidy; Iran; Middle East
- ... The study of variation in nuclear genome size, especially when combined with common garden experiments, significantly contributes to disentangling interspecies relationships within taxonomically complicated plant groups. The Chenopodium album aggregate is among the morphologically most variable groups and consists of many weakly differentiated cosmopolitan entities. We analysed nuclear genome size ...