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    TAXA NOVA TRIBUS ANTHEMIDEARUM FAMILIAE COMPOSITARUM SINICARUM
    Ling Young, Shih Chu
    Bulletin of Botanical Research    1980, 0 (1): 1-16.  
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    MATERIAE AD FLORAM CRUCIFERUM SINICARUM
    Cheo Tai-yien, Lou Lian-li, Guo Rong-lin
    Bulletin of Botanical Research    1980, 0 (1): 17-38.  
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    TRES SPECIES NOVAE GENERIS SEDI SINENSIS
    Fu Kun-tsun
    Bulletin of Botanical Research    1980, 0 (1): 39-43.  
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    CLASSIFICATIO SPEICIERUM SINENSIUM PELLIONAE (URTICACEAE)
    Wang Wen-tsai
    Bulletin of Botanical Research    1980, 0 (1): 45-66.  
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    MALANIA, A NEW GENUS OF OILYIELDING PLANT
    Lee Shu-kang
    Bulletin of Botanical Research    1980, 0 (1): 67-72.  
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    TAXA NOVA CRASSULACEARUM SINICARUM
    Fu Shu-hsia
    Bulletin of Botanical Research    1980, 0 (1): 73-75.  
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    NEW TAXA OF THE GENUS ARABIS LINN.FROM CHINA
    Lan Yong-zhen, Cheo Tai-yien
    Bulletin of Botanical Research    1980, 0 (1): 77-84.  
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    SOME NEW SPECIES OF THE BAMBOOS FROM KWANGTUNG
    Lin Wan-tan
    Bulletin of Botanical Research    1980, 0 (1): 85-93.  
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    MATERIALS OF CHINESE ELAEAGNUS LINN.
    Chang Che-yung
    Bulletin of Botanical Research    1980, 0 (1): 95-133.  
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    CLASSIFICATIO SPECIERUM SINICARUM ELATOSTEMATIS (URTICACEAE)
    Wang Wen-tsai
    Bulletin of Botanical Research    1980, 0 (2): 1-96.  
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    FOUR NEW SPECIES OF MOSSES FROM XIZANG, CHINA
    Gao Chien, Aur Chih-wen
    Bulletin of Botanical Research    1980, 0 (2): 97-103.  
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    REVISION OF CROTALARIA IN CHINA
    Yang Chun-yu
    Bulletin of Botanical Research    1980, 0 (2): 105-120.  
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    NEW TAXA OF CELTIS FROM CHINA
    Ma En-wei
    Bulletin of Botanical Research    1980, 0 (2): 121-125.  
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    NOTES ON SOME NEW PLANTS FROM SOUTH-EASTERN CHINA (Ⅰ)
    Cheng Mian, Feng Zhi-jian
    Bulletin of Botanical Research    1980, 0 (3): 1-4.  
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    NEW SPECIES OF LEGUMINOSAE FROM CHINA
    Yang Yen-chin, Huang Pu-hwa
    Bulletin of Botanical Research    1980, 0 (3): 5-13.  
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    NOTULAE DE RANUNCULACEIS SINENSIBUS (Ⅳ)
    Wang Wen-tsai
    Bulletin of Botanical Research    1980, 0 (3): 15-38.  
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    TAXA NOVA CRUCIFERARUM SINICARUM
    Kuan Ke-chien, An Zheng-xi
    Bulletin of Botanical Research    1980, 0 (3): 39-46.  
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    PRASCURSORES FLORAE ASTRAGALUM SINENSIUM (Ⅰ)
    Ho Ye-chi
    Bulletin of Botanical Research    1980, 0 (3): 47-84.  
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    THREE NEW SPECIES OF ACTINIDIACEAE FROM SZECHUAN
    Chang Che-yung
    Bulletin of Botanical Research    1980, 0 (3): 85-89.  
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    STUDY ON THE MECONOPSIS OF QINGHAI-TIBET PLATEAU
    Zhou Li-hau
    Bulletin of Botanical Research    1980, 0 (3): 91-101.  
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    The present paper sr is a preliminary study about the taxonomy of Meconopsis in Qinghai and Tibet plateau:based upon the specimens of the Norch-western, Platean Instituts of Biology, Academia Sinica.The main contents of this paper involve 17 species, 2 varieties and 1 form.Among them, 2 section, 1 species and 1 form are described as new, and 3 species are first recorded from Qinghai and Tibet.The type specimens are preserved in our herbarium. In this paper, the geographical distribution and evolution of genus Meconopsis are described and soil conditions of these species are studied. Besides, the significances of some species in the medicine are mentioned.
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    A NEW VARIETY OF INDIGOFERA KIRILOWII FROM NORTH-EAST CHINA
    Han Quan-zhong
    Bulletin of Botanical Research    1980, 0 (3): 103-104.  
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    PLANTAE NOVAE SALICUM SINICARUM (Ⅰ)
    Wang Chan, Fang Cheng-fu, Zhao Shi-dong, Tung Shih-lin
    Bulletin of Botanical Research    1980, 0 (4): 1-21.  
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    PLANTAE NOVAE SALICUM SINICARUM (Ⅱ)
    Chao Neng
    Bulletin of Botanical Research    1980, 0 (4): 23-28.  
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    PLANTAE NOVAE SALICUM SINICARUM (Ⅲ)
    Yu Zhao-ying
    Bulletin of Botanical Research    1980, 0 (4): 29-30.  
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    A STUDY OF THE GENUS ERITRICHIUM FROM CHINA
    Wang Wen-tsai, Lian Yung-shan, Wang Jing-quan
    Bulletin of Botanical Research    1980, 0 (4): 31-52.  
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    NEW TAXA OF CARYOPHYLLACEAE FROM QINGHAI-TIBET PLATEAU
    Zhou Li-hua
    Bulletin of Botanical Research    1980, 0 (4): 53-67.  
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    REVISION OF EHRETIA DICKSONI HANCE SPECIFIC NAME IN OUR COUNTRY
    Liu Yu-lan
    Bulletin of Botanical Research    1980, 0 (4): 69-73.  
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    The article introduces our study on the history of Ehretia dicksoni Hance. Its typical specimen is collected in Hubei. Tra-dition says that Ehretia dicksoni is distributed in the southeas-tern and southwestern parts of China while E. macrophylla Wall.in east Himalayas (Nepal and Bhutan) and Vietnam. But our studies have proved that they belong to the same species. our reason is as follows:1. If we consider the racemose or corymbose arrangement of flowers on the inflorescence's branchlets as evidence of clas-sification, it is difficult for us to distinguish E. dicksoni from E. macrophylla,according to our observation on their actual specimens. We have found that both of the different arrange-ments of flowers on the inflorescence's branchlets exist in numbers of specimens gathered in our country. Most of them present a corymbose arrangement. In addition, I. M. Johnston has distinguished E. dicksoni in our country from E. macro-phylla in Nepal by saying that the fruit of E. dicksoni has a diameter of 1-2cm. while according to the record in "F1. Brit.Ind".and "F1. Indo-chine", the fruit of E. macrophylla is 1.7 or 1.5cm. in diameter. This figure is within the extent repre-sented by Johnston. And so, it is not easy to differentiate. the fruit of the two. 2. As for the structure of the flower, the record of E. macrophylla in "F1. Brit. Ind.","F1. Indo -chine" and "DC.Prodr." fundamentally in comformity with the specimens in our country. 3. The geographical distribution of E. dicksoni links up with that of E. macrophylla. In Chayu (sontheast Xizang) we have found specimens of E. macrophylla, with abundant villu-lous on the lower surface and hispid on the upper surface of its leaves. In Nyalam (Xizang) we have also found glabrous specimens on the lower surface of its leaves. There is no doubt that they are E. macrophylla's sp. var., this sp. var. is also dis-tributed in Yunnan, Guizhou, Sichuan, Guangxi and Hubei.Therefore, our discovery of the specimens in Xizang gives evi-dence of the linkup of E. dicksoni and E. macrophylla in distribution from Yunnan and Sichuan in southwest China to east Himalayas. On this basis, we think that they are the same species with different names. They should merge into a single whole. The name of this sp. var. needs to be changed correspon-dingly: Ehretia macrophylla Wall. var. glabrescens (Nakai) Y. L.Liu, comb. nov.—— E. dicksoni Hance var. glabrescens Nakai inJourn. Arn. Arb. 5:34. 1924.
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    AN INVESTIGATION ON“MALIEN”
    Zhao Yu-tang
    Bulletin of Botanical Research    1980, 0 (4): 75-79.  
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    The plant, nemed "Malien" in Chinense, belongs to Family Iridaceae, Genus Iris. It is distribute broadly in Northern China,Korea and the USSR. It's Latin name is very confused. The plant "Malien" which blooms violet flower is called Iris loctea Pall. var. chinensis Koidz. and the lactary flower is regarded as I. lectea Pall.;but rare. Another Latin name of "Malien" I. ensata Thunb. is a mis-taken identification. Its true plant should be "Yuchanhua" in Chinense, and. I. kaempferi Sieb. ex Lemair. is regard as a syno-nym, because it is a later name and therefore it is uneffective. There are two varieties which were nomenclatured under I. ensata Thunb., the first, var. spontaenea (Makino) Nakai, and the second, var. nortensis Makino et Nemoto, The former is regard as the synonym of the specific name, bat the latter,named "Huachangpu" in Chinense which is broadly cultivated in Japan and China is all right. I. illiensis Pol. may be regarded as I. lactea Pall. var. chinen-sis Koidz. In Tibet there is another "Malien" which blooms yellow flower. It is also a variety of "Malien", called I. lactea Pall.var. ehrysantha Y. T. Zhao, var. nov.
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    A LITTLE KNOWN SPECIES OF TRIFOLIUM FROM N.-E.CHINA
    Wei Zhi
    Bulletin of Botanical Research    1980, 0 (4): 81-84.  
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    This species was based originally by V. L. Komarov as Me-dicago gordejevi Kom., and then A. A. Grossheim transferred to Trigonella. But the type is characterized by petals persistent after flowering, the claws of wings and keel adnate to the sta-minal sheath, filaments dilated at the apex, calyx-teeth longer than the tube, base of stipules encircling the stem, pod short and usually enclosed by the persistent corolla. For these reasons the plant must treated under the genus Trifolium, becomes: Trifolium gordejevi (Kom.) Z. Wei, comb. nov. known only from the eastern border of Heilongjiang and Jilin Provinces with slight extension into the ussuri regions.A new record to N.——E. China.
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    A NEW SPECIES OF CAREX FROM CHINA
    Chou Yi-liang
    Bulletin of Botanical Research    1980, 0 (4): 85-88.  
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    PLANTAE NOVAE SALICUM SINICAE (Ⅳ)
    Yang Chang-you
    Bulletin of Botanical Research    1980, 0 (4): 89-107.  
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