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    STUDIES ON THE GENUS RHODODENDRON(Ⅲ)
    Fang Wen-pei, He Ming-you
    Bulletin of Botanical Research    1983, 3 (1): 1-8.  
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    ON THE CORRELATIONS OF VARIATION PATTERN BETWEEN TAXA OF INDIGOFERA DECORA COMPLEX
    Hsu Ping-sheng, Fang Yun-yi, Wang Chao, Feng Xue-zhou, Hsu Lian-gen
    Bulletin of Botanical Research    1983, 3 (1): 9-23.  
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    Taxa of Indigofera decera complex, including I. decora Lindl., I. ichangensis Craib, I. cooperi Craib and I. carlesii Cra-ib, are discriminated from one another by a number of quanti-tative characteristics, such as the lengths of calyx and co-rolla, the number of leaflets per pinna, and the pubescence, shape and texture of the leaflets, etc., all of which yet dis-play more or less a continuous variation pattern. A critical study of the group was therefore made in order to shed light on the correlations of variation pattern among the taxa in que-stion. Quantitative measurements of totally 25 characters upon 130 authenticated herbarium sheets from 9 provinces and one autonomous region were varried out, and the data of mean value obtained through these measurements were carefully checked and compared. Finally 11 characters upon 78 sheets of flowering specimens taxonomically significant were chosen (Table 1) and treated statistically by using methods of pictorialized scatter diagram (Figs.1&2) and histogram (Figs. 3&4). All possible diagramatic combinations have been made for the sake of full interspecific comparison. An analysis of these diagrams indica-tes that the complex is composed of four basically morpholo-gical distinct taxa which are on the whole identical to those of conventional taxonomic identification. Yet these diagrams also show the salient trends of continuous variations within the group; the four species are so closely related to one another that they are by no means strictly separable. So it is better to treat them all as taxa of a single species. A proper taxonomic treatment should include the reduction of the morphologically more distinct and geographically allo-patric species I. carlesii to a subspecific rank of I. decora, and the reductions of the other two taxa——I. ichangensis and I. cooperi to varietal ranks of I. decora subsp. decora. An analy-tical key to the subspecies and varieties of Indigofera decoraLindl. is presented.
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    NOTULAE DE RANUNCULACEIS SINENSIBUS(Ⅶ)
    Wang Wen-tsai
    Bulletin of Botanical Research    1983, 3 (1): 24-38.  
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    PRASCURSORES FLORAE ASTRAGALORUM SINENSIUM(Ⅴ)
    Ho Shan-bao
    Bulletin of Botanical Research    1983, 3 (1): 39-91.  
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    NEW TAXA OF BAMBUSACEAE FROM ZHEJIANG
    Wen Tai-hui
    Bulletin of Botanical Research    1983, 3 (1): 92-102.  
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    THREE NEW SPECIES OF ASCLEPIADACEAE FROM CHINA
    Li Ping-tao
    Bulletin of Botanical Research    1983, 3 (1): 103-109.  
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    THE NEW PLANTS OF THE COMPOSITAE FROM NORTH-WESTERN CHINA
    Fu Jing-qiu
    Bulletin of Botanical Research    1983, 3 (1): 110-128.  
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    NOTES ON THE TRIBE SENECIONEAE IN QIN-LING RANGE
    Zhang Zhi-ying, Guo You-hao
    Bulletin of Botanical Research    1983, 3 (1): 129-140.  
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    There are 16 genera, more than 400 species belonging to the Tribe Senecioneae in China. They are widely distributed in the all regions, but most of them are mainly in the south-western region. In Qin-ling Range, the number of the species in summed about 55 (including the varieties) belonging to 13 genera, accounting for 81.2% of the tolal genera and 13% of the species in our country. This paper present only 4 relevant genera, namely, Narnoglcttis Maxim., Cacalia Linn., Sinacalia B. Nord. and Senecio Linn. 2 new species, 1 new combination, 1 endemic genera our country, 2 endemic speciesand 6 new account of distribution in Qin-ling Range are re-ported and some revisions and discussions on a few species are given in the paper. The specimens cited here are keeped in the Herbarium of North-Western Institute of Botany.
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    NEW SPECIES ON GENUS BALANOPHORA
    Chang Shao-yun, Tam Pui-cheung
    Bulletin of Botanical Research    1983, 3 (1): 141-145.  
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    A NEW SPECIES OF REINECKIA(LILIACEAE)FROM SICHUAN
    Zhu Zheng-yin, Chen Zhi-rong
    Bulletin of Botanical Research    1983, 3 (1): 146-149.  
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    PLANTAE NOVAE EX PROVINCIA JIANGXI
    Zhao Yi-zhi
    Bulletin of Botanical Research    1983, 3 (1): 150-154.  
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    A NEW SPECIES OF TYPHONIUM(ARACEAE)FROM HUNAN
    Yu Zhi-xiong
    Bulletin of Botanical Research    1983, 3 (1): 155-158.  
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    A NEW SPECIES OF ACONITUM FROM INNER MONGOLIA
    Li Hen, Liu Zhen-qian
    Bulletin of Botanical Research    1983, 3 (1): 159-162.  
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    A NEW SPECIES OF GENUS NEPETA LINN.FROM XINJIANG, CHINA
    Chang Yan-fu
    Bulletin of Botanical Research    1983, 3 (1): 163-166.  
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    TWO NEW FORMS OF GEUM ALEPPICUM JACQ.(ROSACEAE)FROM N.-E.CHINA
    Yang Yen-chin, Huang Pu-hwa, Zhuo Li-huan
    Bulletin of Botanical Research    1983, 3 (1): 167-168.  
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    NOTULAE DE GESNERACEIS YUNNANENSIBUS
    Li Hsi-wen
    Bulletin of Botanical Research    1983, 3 (2): 1-55.  
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    A PRELIMINARY SURVEY AND COMMENTS ON FUTURE STUDIES OF CHINESE LILIACEAE
    Tang Yan-cheng, Liang Song-yun
    Bulletin of Botanical Research    1983, 3 (2): 56-72.  
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    Although the family Liliaceae is only represented by 54 genera with about 530 indigenous species in China, it is chara-cterized mainly by, first, most species and about four fifths of genera distributing in temperate flora; second, core group ( Li-liaceae s. str. of Dahlgren Clifford) such as Lilium, Cardiccri-num, Notholirion, Nomocharis, Fritillaria, Lloydia etc., highly dif-ferentiating; and third, the circumscription of some group, such as Gagea and Llcydia being merged in this country, though rather distinct from one another elsewhere. Needless to say, Chinese Liliaceae may be proved to be a fruitful group in stu-dying the origin and differentiation of East-Asian Flora. After a brief comparison of systematic positions of Chi-nese Liliaceous genera in 4 different systems (Krause 1930;Hutchinson 1934, 1973; Takhtajan 1969, 1980; Dahlgren & Clifford 1982), the authors have made some suggestions on future studies as follows. 1. The probable heterogeneous groups, such as Aspidistreae etc., would need more intensive monographic studies. 2. Groups, highly differentiating in China, such as Lilium, Cardiocrinum, Notholirion, Nomocharis etc, may be selected for biosystematic studies. 3. Genera, such as Milula etc.; still uncertain of systema-tic position would need further studies. 4. Groups, such as Ypsilandra of East Asia and Helonias of N. America, which are primitive in chatacters and disjunct in distribution, may be selected for phytogeographical studies. 5. Groups, such as Paris, Trillium, Cloriosa, Tupistra, Reine-ckea etc., which are or may be chinese medicinal herbs, may be selected for pharmacological and phytochemical studies. 6. Undoubtedly Liliaceae s. 1. is a heterogeneous group.So relatively primitive groups, such as Helonieae, Tofieldieae etc. and groups displaying probably close relationships with other families, e. g. Petrosavia (with Triuridaceae), Hosta (with Agavaceae), Paris and Trillium (with S temonaceae) etc., may be worth intensively studying for understanding evolutionary tren-ds in Monocotyledons.
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    THE TAXONOMY OF ARACHNIODES BL.IN CHINA
    Hsieh Yin-tang
    Bulletin of Botanical Research    1983, 3 (2): 73-81.  
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    Restored as a distinct genus in 1961 by Tindale, the fern genus Arachniodes D1. has so far not yet been monographically studied, its exacte rande of distribution and total number of species remaining unknown in the world. From the Asian main-land including Taiwan province of China and Japan the confu-ssed genus has recently been revised by prof. R. C. Ching and the present author and, as a result, there are 116 species, thus constituting a medium--sized genus of the family Dryopteridaceae with Polystichun and Dryopteris being the largest genera each, represented by more than 200 species in the world. Taxonomically, the genus is rather difficult to deal with because great majority of the species are more or less similar in the degree of division of lamina, shape of ultimate pinnules, type of serrature, and form and color of scales on stipe and rachis. The classification scheme proposed in the present paper is based upon about 130 species of the genus from Asia and may serve as well the classification of a few species from extra-asi-atic regions.
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    TRES SPECIES NOVAE DEUTZIAE(SAXIFRAGACEAE)E SICHUAN
    Wang Wen-tsai
    Bulletin of Botanical Research    1983, 3 (2): 82-87.  
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    ENW TAXA OF RHODODENDRON SUBSECTION LAPPONICA FROM CHINA
    Yang Han-pi
    Bulletin of Botanical Research    1983, 3 (2): 88-103.  
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    A REVISION OF THE GENUS URNUS URTICA IN CHINA
    Chen Chia-jui
    Bulletin of Botanical Research    1983, 3 (2): 104-126.  
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    NEW SPECIES AND NEW RECORDS OF FUNGI FROM CHANGBAL MOUNTAIN, CHIAN(Ⅰ)
    Wang Gui-zhen
    Bulletin of Botanical Research    1983, 3 (2): 127-129.  
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    STUDY ON THE POLLEN MORPHOLOGY OF THE FAMILY CONVOLVULACEAE OF CHINA
    Liu Bing-lun, Chang King-tang
    Bulletin of Botanical Research    1983, 3 (2): 130-152.  
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    This paper deals with the pollen grains of 16 genera, 46 species, 2 variety in Chinese Convolvulaceae. Acomparative stu-dy on the pollen grains was carried out by means of scanning electron microscope and light microscope. The pollen grains of the family Convolvulaceae are eurypa-lynous. Tricolpate is the basic type. According to the shape, position and number of the aper-ture, the pollen grains are divided into the four types-tricol-pate, 4-11 colpate, pancolpate and panporate. On the basis of palynological data were discussed taxonomical position of the genus Cuscuta among the family Convolvulacaee and evolutionaltrend of the aperture of this family.
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    A NEW SPECIES OF TYLOPHORA FROM SICHUAN
    Zhu Zheng-yin
    Bulletin of Botanical Research    1983, 3 (2): 153-155.  
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    A NEW VARIETY OF RHUS (TOURN.) L.FROM JIANGXI
    Yu Zhi-xiong, Zhang Qiu-gen
    Bulletin of Botanical Research    1983, 3 (2): 156-156.  
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    TWO NEW VARIETIES OF COMPOSITAE
    Chang Yin-bin
    Bulletin of Botanical Research    1983, 3 (2): 157-158.  
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    NEW FERNS OF ZHEJIAND PROVINCE
    Ching Ren-chang, Zhang Chao-fang
    Bulletin of Botanical Research    1983, 3 (3): 1-55.  
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    The present paper contains descriptions both in Latin and Chinese for 31 species described as new to science. They are all collected in recent years in the costal Province Zhejiang, China. In the collections made since 1979 by the Department of Bilogy, Hangzhou University and the Botanical Institute, Academia Sinica, there are no less than three hundred species of ferns and allied plants, indicating for the first time, the province is very rich in Pteridophytes. One outstanding feature is that the province is the centre of development for Dryopte-ris sect. Bulligerae, as shown by the great number species des-cribed in the present paper. Another noteworthy feature is that the province also abounds in the Thelypterold ferns, indi-cative of the subtropical climate conditions of the province especially in its south-eastern part. Phytogeographically, theprovince has a close relationship with Japan, for many species previously known only in Japan are now also collected in Zhe-jiang Province especially along the costal areas.
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    NOTULAE DE PELLIONIA ELATOSTEMATEQUE(URTICACEAE)
    Wang Wen-tsai
    Bulletin of Botanical Research    1983, 3 (3): 56-66.  
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    NEW PLANTS FROM HUBEI, CHINA
    Li Hsi-wen
    Bulletin of Botanical Research    1983, 3 (3): 67-74.  
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    A NUMERICAL TAXONOMY OF CHINESE RHODODENDRON SUSSECTION LAPPONICA
    Yang Han-pi, Xu Ke-xue
    Bulletin of Botanical Research    1983, 3 (3): 75-86.  
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    The present paper is concerned with numerical classifica-tion of Rhododendron Subsect. Lapponica. An original data ma-trix with 45 OTU's 46 characters were recorded. After stan-dardization of charaters, computed the correlation and distan-ce matrices, which are the quantitative representation of the similarity between every pair OTU's and then, carry out the cluster calculation. There are various cluster methods, name ly, single linkage, complete linkage, UPGMA, WPGMA, cen-troid, median, and so on. By means of the synthetic compara-tive coefficients (in Table 3) for the criteria of classification, The WPGMA based on correlation matrix is adapted as a re-sult of this computation. The dendrogram of WPGMA is pre-sented in Figure. I. The results displayed by dendrogram serve to reveal the rule of group classification and evolution, i. e. the Rho-dodendron Subsect. Lapponica can be divided into two groups:Grex Lapponica and Grex Rigida H. P. Yang, Grex nov. 1. On affinity relationship, the characteristics of the scales on lower surface of the leaf has always been attached great importance by many experts. In our dendrogram it is also shown that the colours and density of the scales on lower surface of leaf would be characteristic of affinities among species. 2. Evolutionally, the general tendency of variation in the genus Rhododendron is also evident in this subsection as for example, the calyx lobes are from large to obsolete; stig-ma from long to short; the colour of the scales from pale to darker and the pale coloured scales tend to be widely spaces, and to from irregularly bicoloured ones down to clearly bico-loured ones. 3. Geographically, the Rbododendron Subsect. Lapponica is very rich in species in west Sichuan and north-west Yunnan, accounting for 75.5% of whole subsection, besides almost all of the primitive types are included. The percentage of the endemic species in high up to 64.4%, including most of the primitive and advanced types. Therefore this region is not only the original centre of this subsection, but also the centre of differentiation and development. Ⅱ. The result of numerical classification indicated on the dendrogram is generelly in concord with that of the classical taxonomy.
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    CYTOLOGICAL & EMBRYOLOGICAL OBSERVATIONS ON AMITOSIS & INTER-CELLULAR MIGRATIONS OF NUCLEAR SUBSTANCES IN ALLIUM FISTULOSUM L.
    Wang Dzung-tshing, Rui Kai-zhi, Huang Yi-jiang
    Bulletin of Botanical Research    1983, 3 (3): 87-110.  
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    Present paper includes all discussions of the previous pa-per (Wang, D. T. 1960) [1] with final conclusions as follows:1. The intercellular migrations of nuclear substances gene-rally pass through the passages of plasmodesmata, but the cell wall may be broken and the nuclear substances pass thro-ugh the hole, or the cell wall may dissolve, or disintegrate and the nuclear substances pass freely to neighbouring cells.Thus the passages of plasmodesmata are not necessarily the only passages of intercellular migrations of nuclear substan-ces. 2. The frequency of nuclear migrations of ripen pollen grains is very high while that of pollen tubes is very signifi-cautly low. Thus the absorbing of water and respiration are not the pre-requirements of the intercellular migrations of nuclear substances. The circulation of cytoplasm is very sensitive to tempera-ture, while that of nuclear substances including nuclear lymph and chromatic substance is not sensitive to temperature. The circulation of cytoplasm has definite directions, while that of nuclear subsances has not definite directions. Cytoplasmic cir-culations are limited within the organism. while nuclear subs-tances may migrate out of the organism. Thus the cytoplasmic circulations or the streaming of nuclear lymph as the mecha-nism of intercellular migrations of nuclear substances can not be established. 3. The nuclear substances of epidermis & guard cells may migrate out of stomata; those of pollen mother cells may mig-rate to tapetum, those of ripen pollen grains may migrate out, thus leaving empty cell walls degenerated; those of me-gaspores & embryo sacs may migrate to nucellus; those of pol-lar nuelei and egg apparatus may migrate to embrye cavity, those of embryo cells may migrate to endosperm or embryo sac cavity. During meiosis of micro or megaspore mother cells the migrations of nuclear substances are not limited at the stage of synizesis, but occur at any stage of meiosis. The noti no-tion of intercellular migratons of protoplasm as a means of absolute translocation of matter in vascular plants is certainy unreliable. 4. The chromosome number is not constant both in somatic and sexual cells, sporogenesis and gametogenesis are not normal and zygotes degenerate early owing to unbalanced nuclear ty-pes of eggs and spermatids. Phenomena observed are not con-tradictory to "Morgan Chromosome" Theory. 5. Zygotes degenerate early and can not develope to emb-ryes. Sexual reproduction is substituted. by vegetative repro-duction through the development of synergid or adventitious embryos Intercellar migrations of nuclear substances have no definite directions or patterns, and the change of cnromoso-me number can not be calculated. Cytomixis can arouse muta-tion or not, needs further study. 6. Differences to stain reaction, affinity to acid and basic dyes of both chromatic substances and nucleoli of the same nucleus are observed. They can not explain the differences between old and new nuclei. The great majority of pollen grains degenerate, the great majority of megaspores and embryo sacs develope abnormlly, fertilization may be abnormal, zygotes degenerate early and sexual reproduction loses its function. The notions of the "Su-periority of Amitosis" and "Nuclear Renovation" can hardly be accepted. 7. Amitosis and interecellular migrations of nuclear subs-tances may be observed by different kinds of methods inclu-ding vital observations in different tissues of different plants.Phenomena observed are real facts and of general occurrences, but they cause the appearence of a series of abnormal and de-generating phenomena. Real facts and general occurence are not necessarily normal phenomena. 8. Amitosis and inter-cellular migrations of nuclear subs-tances are abnormal phenomena resulting degeneration and not morpho-genetic movement. The frequency of intercellular mig-rations of nuclear substances are similar to that of other ab-normal phenomena during meiosis as a measurement of dege-neration. Our study proves the "Morgan Chromosome Theory" in genetics and has practical use as guiding line to agriculurai genetices for the improvement of species.
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    TWO NEW SPECIES OF SMILAX FROM YUNNAN
    Chen Sing-chi
    Bulletin of Botanical Research    1983, 3 (3): 111-115.  
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    INVESTIGATION AND RESEARCH OF THE WILD SOYBEAN IN HEILONGJIANG PROVINCE
    Wang Lian-zheng, Wu He-li, Yao Zhen-chun, Lin Hong
    Bulletin of Botanical Research    1983, 3 (3): 116-130.  
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    This paper gave an investigation on the rescources of wild soybean in prov. Heilongjiang, China; and through long pe-riod observation, the different forms of wild soybean had dif-ferent resistance to diseases and pests. By chemical analysis on the protein, fat, fatty and the cornponents of Amino-acid of different forms of wild soy-bean, some results were recorded in this paper. According the shape of leaves, one variety and five formsof Glycine soja were described: G. soja var. gyacilis (Skv.) L.Z. Wang, G. soja var. gracilis f. maximowiczi (Enk.) L. Z.Wang, G. soja f. lanceolatai (SKv.) P. Y. Fu et Y. A. Chen, G. soja f. brevifolia (Kom. et Alis.) L. Z. Wang, G. soja f. ovata (Skv.) L. Z. Wang and G. soja f. linearifolia L. Z.Wang.
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    MAIN TYPES OF QUERCUS PHILLYRAOEIDES FOREST IN LIMESTONE HILLS OF YANGSHUO DISTRICT.GUANGXI AND ITS WAY OF RATIONAL UTILIZATION
    Hu Shun-shi, Wang Huen-pu
    Bulletin of Botanical Research    1983, 3 (3): 131-147.  
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    Main types of Quercus phillyracoides forest growing on lime-stone hills of Yangshuo district, Guangxi are described in this paper. There are two frequent community types:(1) pure fo-rest of Quercus phillyraeoides, (2) mixed forest of Quercus phil-lyraeoides and Canthium dicoccum. As compared with other sclerophyllus evergreen broadleaf forests of the world, Quercus phillyraeoides forest here is sligh-tly similar to them in the physiognomy and structure of com-munity. There is a great difference between them in the flo-ristic composition, but having resemblance to the Quercus Phil-lyraeoides stands along the coastal hills of the Pacific-facing coasts in Japan. Because both Eastern China and Japan are belonging to the same floristic region. The formation and de-velopment of Quercus phillyraeoides forests have many similari-ties between the two places. Quercus phillyraecides forest distributing in Yangshuo dis-trict is one of the surviving ancient community, therefore we must protect it intensively. The charcoal produced from the timber of this tree is of very high quality and used domesti-cally as fuel. So it may be used as afforested species of fire-wood in limestone hills of northeastern part of Guangxi.
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    A NEW SPECIES OF SCHISANDRACEAE FROM CHINA
    Law Yuh-wu
    Bulletin of Botanical Research    1983, 3 (3): 148-150.  
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    A NEW SPECIES OF BAMBOO FROM ISLAND HAINAN, CHINA
    Yi Tong-pei
    Bulletin of Botanical Research    1983, 3 (3): 151-154.  
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    NEW FERNS OF JINFOSHAN, NANCHUAN, SICHUAN
    Ching Ren-chang, Liu Zheng-yu
    Bulletin of Botanical Research    1983, 3 (4): 1-37.  
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    STUDIES ON THE GENUS RHODODENDRON(Ⅳ)
    Fang Wen-pei
    Bulletin of Botanical Research    1983, 3 (4): 38-44.  
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    FOUR NEW GESNERIACEOUS SPECIES FROM ASIA
    Wang Wen-tsai
    Bulletin of Botanical Research    1983, 3 (4): 45-50.  
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    PRASCURSORES FLORAE ASTRAGALORUM SINENSIUM(Ⅵ)
    Ho Shan-bao
    Bulletin of Botanical Research    1983, 3 (4): 51-70.  
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