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By De-Yuan Hong

ISBN-10: 0128019336

ISBN-13: 9780128019337

Codonopsis and its allied genera, are a bunch of crops that are very important in economic climate and horticulture. A Monograph of Codonopsis and Allied Genera (Campanulaceae s. str.) deals its viewers finished wisdom of those crops together with palynology, cytology, inhabitants biology, morphological description, geographical distribution with vouchers brought up, very good ink illustrations, and colour photographs, and keys to genera and to species.

This first-class paintings will facilitate identity of proper crops, use of plant assets, review of endangered states, the advance of conservation recommendations, and may advertise systematic and evolutionary examine of this group.

  • Provides accomplished descriptions and classifications of Codonopsis and allied genera
  • Richly illustrated with line drawings and fine quality colour photographs
  • Delineates and clarifies the relationships of Codonopsis and its allied teams according to the analyses utilizing info from exterior morphology, pollen morphology, chromosomes, and molecular biology

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F. & Thomson China, Tibet, Yadong Qinghai-Xizang Exped. 74-2509 (PE) C. thalictrifolia Wall. China, Tibet, Gongbo’gyamda D. Y. Hong et€al. H10008 (PE) C. ussuriensis (Rupr. ) Hemsl. China, Jilin, Tonghua J. Sato 8983 (PE) C. viridis Wall. India, Uttaranchal, Kuthi Strachey & Winterboton No. 3 (PE) Codonopsis Wall. Biology╇Chapter | 2â•… 25 TABLE II 2:1╇ Materials for Observations on Seed Morphology of Codonopsis and Allied Genera—cont’d Taxon Origin Voucher C. ) Kurz China, Yunnan, Gongshan s.

Pseudocodonopsis Kom. (1908), subg. Obconicicapsula D. Y. Hong (1980) and Codonopsis purpurea Wall. forms a clade with full support. All the members of this short-colpus clade have very short apertures and have no disc, and thus they should be separated from the Codonopsis clade. A Monograph of Codonopsis and Allied Genera (Campanulaceae). 00003-9 Copyright © 2015 China Science Publishing & Media Ltd. Published by Elsevier Inc. All rights reserved. 43 44â•… A Monograph of Codonopsis and Allied Genera FIGURE III 1:1â•… The phylogenetic relationship within the Cyanantheae (= platycodonoid group).

Subg. Pseudocodonopsis is a highly supported monophyletic group (MP/ML/ BI = 100/100/1). The subgenus possesses several particular features: roots mostly globose; corolla cleft nearly to the base and rotate; base of filaments dilated into a semiorbicular lamella with lanate hairs at the periphery, and pollen with long spinules on the exine (≥ 2 μm). All of these characteristics are distinctly different from those of subg. Obconicicapsula, C. purpurea, and the rest of subg. Codonopsis. Moreover, subg.

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