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- Yi, Xian Gui, et al. Show all 6 Authors
- Biochemical systematics and ecology 2015 v.61 pp. 179-185
- Osmanthus fragrans; androdioecy; genes; genetic improvement; genetic markers; genetic variation; germplasm; germplasm conservation; hermaphroditism; heterozygosity; males; microsatellite repeats; ornamental plants; population structure; species diversity; trees
- ... The well known ornamental plant, Osmanthus fragrans, is one of the rare androdioecious species in nature. Determining the genetic diversity of this species may assist in its conservation and genetic improvement. Data of 10 ancient tree populations of O. fragrans were used to assess its genetic diversity and population structure with microsatellite markers. A high level of genetic diversity was obs ...
- 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 ...