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- Yi, Xian-GUI, et al. Show all 7 Authors
- Systematics and biodiversity 2019 v.17 no.6 pp. 622-633
- Prunus dielsiana; allopatry; genetic drift; genetic structure; genetic variation; models; natural selection; niches; paleoclimatology; phylogeny; phylogeography; population structure; refuge habitats; ribotypes; sequence diversity; topography; variance; China
- ... Cerasus dielsiana (Rosaceae) is one of the most characteristic wild flowering cherry species endemic to subtropical China, with high conservation value from ornamental, economic, and ecological perspectives. To verify its spatial genetic structure and phylogeographic history, evaluation of nuclear (ITS) sequence variation in 203 individuals from 25 wild populations across its natural distribution ...
- Yi, Xian-Gui, et al. Show all 5 Authors
- Annales botanici Fennici 2013 v.50 no.1-2 pp. 79-82
- Prunus; inflorescences; new species; pistil; stone fruits; China
- ... Cerasus xueluoensis C.H. Nan & X.R. Wang, a new species from Hubei and Jiangxi provinces, China, is described, illustrated and compared with its congeners. It is somewhat similar to C. tomentosa and C. tianshanicae, but it is distinguished by its 2–4-flowered umbellate inflorescences, much longer pedicels (0.6–2.5 cm), a glabrous pistil and black drupes. A key to distinguish it from the other spec ...