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    REVISION OF ADONIS (RANUNCULACEAE)(Ⅰ)
    Wang Wen-tsai
    Bulletin of Botanical Research    1994, 14 (1): 1-31.  
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    A NEW VARIETY OF CISTANCHE SALSA FROM NINGXIA,CHINA
    Tu Peng-fei, He Yan-ping, Lou Zhi-cen
    Bulletin of Botanical Research    1994, 14 (1): 32-34.  
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    VARIETAS UNA NOVA SCHISANDRAE CHINENSIS (TURCZ.)BAILL. EXPROVINCIA HELILONGJIANG
    Zhuo Li-huan, Huang Pu-hwa, Jin Wan-chang, Yang Chuan-ping
    Bulletin of Botanical Research    1994, 14 (1): 35-36.  
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    NOTES ON SOME DOUBTFUL SPECIES OF THE GENUS VALERIANA LINN
    Chen Hu-biao
    Bulletin of Botanical Research    1994, 14 (1): 37-39.  
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    In the present paper, three doubtful species of the genus Valeriana Linn. V. flagellifera Bat.; V.hiemalis Graebn.; and V. trichostoma Hand.-Mazz. are investigated and ascertained with a detailed description and discussion.
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    STUDY ON TRAPA L.(TRAPACEAE)FROM NORTHEAST CHINA
    Yu Dan
    Bulletin of Botanical Research    1994, 14 (1): 40-47.  
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    This paper discussed the taxonomic problems of Trapa from Northeast China, such as the hierarchy of taxa. character judgement. basis for the determination of species and the phenomenon of Synonym. The Northeast of China is the mainly distribution centre of Trapa. The study on Trapa from this area can provided important evidences for the taxonomy of Trapa.
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    STUDY ON THE ENDEMIC PLANTS FROM SHANDONG PROVINCE
    Nang De-kui, fan Jin-hui, Zhao Lan-yong, Fan Bao-min
    Bulletin of Botanical Research    1994, 14 (1): 48-58.  
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    Shandong province is situated in the eastern part of China. About 76 Species (including varieties and forms) of vascular plants are endemic to this province, among them 12 species belonging to genera and 5 families are pteridophyte, and 64 species belonging to 45 genera and 27 families are angiosperm. Most of the endemic species are neoendemics,while very few ones are palaeoendemics.Based on a careful analysis, some fundamental characteristics of the endemic flora of Shandong can be summerized as follows:1. The floristic elements are relatively not rich, however, it is still showing that the flora of Shandong has a special respect of itself.2. The geographical distribution is fairly uneven. All the endemic plants are dispersed in the middle-south mountains and the eastern peninsula, while no endemic plant in western and northern parts of the province, such as Heze, Jining, Liaocheng, Dezhou, Huimen and Dongyin. Four centers of endemism are clear to be Mt. Kunyu, Mt. Tat, Mt. Lao and Mt. Mead.3. The geographical elements are complex.
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    A STUDY ON TAXONOMY OF PICEA MONGOLICA IN INNER MONGOLIA
    Xu Wen-duo, Li Wei-dian, Zheng Yuan
    Bulletin of Botanical Research    1994, 14 (1): 59-68.  
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    It is a controversial question in plant taxonomy that which species Spruce in sandy land belongs to, by a comprehensive comparative study of comparison of shape disection investigation of cultivated experiment. isozyme and type of idiogram analysis and ecological and geographic distribution. it shows:Spruce in sandy land is different from Picea koraiensis Nakai and Picea meyeri Rehd. et wils., it should be regarded as an independent specices. The variety of Picea meyeri published before is combined and regarded as an independent species, Picea mongolica (H. Q. Wu) W. D. Xu ( Picea meyeri var. mongolica H. Q. Wu).
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    STUDIES ON THE SPORE MORPHOLOGY OF LYCOPOD FROM NORTHEASTERN CHINA
    Wang Quan-xi, bao wen-mei, Aur Chih-wen
    Bulletin of Botanical Research    1994, 14 (1): 69-72.  
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    In the present paper, 8 species (including variety) belonging to 3 genus, 2 families of Lycopod spores are examined under SEM. The morphological characteristic of each species are described. And the differences among the spores of these genus and species are discussed. It seems to contribute to the materials for systematics and palynology of Lycopod.
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    THE STUDY ON SEED APPENDAGES
    Wang Gui-yun, Wang Zhen-yue, Liu Ming-yuan
    Bulletin of Botanical Research    1994, 14 (1): 73-74.  
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    We studied the structure of seed appendages of Euonymus bungeanus Maxim.,Asarum heterotropoides F. Schmidt var. mandshuricum (Maxim.) Kitag., Corydalis ambigua (pall) Chan. et Schl. Var amurensis Maxim,, Euphorbia fischeriana steud., and by the new method clarified the concepts of Aril. Arillodde, Strophiole, Caruncle which are confused in the last literatures.
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    A NEW FORMA OF DELPHINIUM
    Feng Tian-jie, Huang Jin-xiang, Zhang Shu-lian
    Bulletin of Botanical Research    1994, 14 (1): 75-75.  
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    NAATOMICAL STUDIES ON THE PRIMARY VASCULAR SYSTEM OF THE SEEDLING OF DELPHINIUM GRANDIFLORUM
    Wang Li-jum, Gu An-gen, Zhang You-min, Jia Wei-ping
    Bulletin of Botanical Research    1994, 14 (1): 76-79.  
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    It is shown anatomical that there is a cotyledon node zone(CNZ) in the seedling of Delphinium grandiflorum. And there are two transitional regions in the CNZ of D.grandiflorum, namely, cotyledon node stem, transitional region upwards and cotyledon node root transitional region downwards. The primitive exarch and diarch haplostele with cross-like metaxylem exists in the lower part of CNZ. This provides a new information for revealing further the origination and evolution of species of Ranunculaceae.
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    A NEW FORMA OF COMMELINA
    Chen Ti
    Bulletin of Botanical Research    1994, 14 (1): 80-80.  
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    POLLEN MORPHOLOGY OF THE GENUS VIOLA IN CHINA
    Sun Kun, Wang Yi, Wang Xiao-dong, Peng Bo-yi, Wang Ching-rui
    Bulletin of Botanical Research    1994, 14 (1): 81-87.  
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    Pollen grains of 32 species of the genus Viola in China were examined under LM and SEM. Their morphological characters are described here. Pollen morphological characters under LM are similar except V. tricolor L. under SEM, the exine of pollen have some difference among the four subgenus of Viola. The evidence from pollen morphological characters supports Juzepchuk's (1949) and Wang Qing-rui's (1991) treatments which divided the Viola into four subgenus.
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    “CONTINUOUS EXTENSION” OF THE CATHAYSIAN PALEOCONTINENT AND CATHAYSIAN FLORA ON THE EARTH A THIRD DISSERTATION ON CATHAYSIAN PALEOCONTINENT AND CATHAYSIAN FLORA
    Xie Yong-quan
    Bulletin of Botanical Research    1994, 14 (1): 88-93.  
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    The development of the theory of the Cathaysian flora has experienced four phases since 1962.Its geographical range has extended to three regions and 32 provinces which distribute in the areas of Eastern and Southern Asia, Indochina and groups of islands on the Pacific.This dissertation focuses on the argument about the causes of the geological formation, paleogeography and organisms on groups of islands on the Pacific, which do not have any relation with the theory of Cathaysian Paleocontinent (or "the Platform of South China"). There are many conspicuous variations between the formation and development of the flora and species distributions in the above-mentioned areas.
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    AN ANALYSIS OF THE MINERAL ELEMENT OF ELAEAGNUS MOLLIS DIELS
    Xie Shu-lian, Ling Yuan-jie, Huang Shu-ping, Xie Su-Jing, Li Shao-qing, Zhang Ju-lian
    Bulletin of Botanical Research    1994, 14 (1): 94-97.  
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    15 kinds of mineral element of Elaeagnus mollis Diels. has been determinated with ICP-AES and AAS method and they are Ca, Mg, P, K, Na, Fe, Cu, Zn, Mn, Cf, Ni, Mo,Al, Sr and Ba. The result shows that there is evident difference of the mineral element in the different organs and different places and growing stages in same organ. The mineral element is plentiful in this kind of plant, special in the root coat, the young leaf and the seed core.
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    STUDY ON SELECYION OF SALINE TOLERANT VARIANTS FROM POPLAR ANTHER CALLUSLINES
    Zhan Yan-guan, Liu Yu-xi, Lu Zhi-hua, Qi Li-zhi
    Bulletin of Botanical Research    1994, 14 (1): 98-103.  
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    Selection of variants tolerant to NaCl and alkaline salt was made from poplar anther callus in vitro culture. The results showed that different poplar species appeared different tolerance to the two screening agents. The calli in differentiation state showed stronger tolerance than that in dedifferentiation state.The differentiated calli of Populus simonii x P.nigra could tolerate 3% NaCl 0.75% alkaline salt. The regenerated plants of variants had transplanted to the soil. In comparing the maps of plantlets a clear difference was found be-tween salt-tolerant variants and controls.
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    REVISION OF ADONIS (RANUNCULACEAE)(Ⅱ)
    Wang Wen-tsai
    Bulletin of Botanical Research    1994, 14 (2): 105-138.  
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    NOTES ON CHINESE GRAMINEAE
    Chen Shou-liang
    Bulletin of Botanical Research    1994, 14 (2): 139-143.  
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    This paper deals with 1 new variety, Phacelurus latifolius var. monostachys Keng ex S. L. Chen; 2 new names, Elymus yilianus S. L. Chen and Garnolia Kengii S. L. Chen; 17 new varietal Combinations, i. e., Poa mongolica (Rendle) Keng et S. L. Chen, 2. Poa sinattenuata Keng var, vivipara (Rendle) Keng et S. L. Chen, 3. Puccinella micrandra (Keng) Keng et S. L. Chen, 4. Kengyilia laxiflora(Keng) S. L. Chen, 5. Kengyilia rigidula (Keng) S. L. Chen, 6. Kengyilia rigidula var. intermedia (Keng) S. L. Chen, 7. Kengyilia melanthera (King) S. L. Chen, 8. Kengyilia melanthera var. tahopaica (Keng) S. L. Chen, 9. Kengvilia thoroldiana (Oliv.) S. L. Chen, 10. Kengyilia stenachyra (Keng) S. L. Chen, 11. Kengyilia geminata (Keng et S. L. Chen) S. L. Chen, 12. Kengyilia grandiglumis (Keng) S. L. Chen, 13. Kengrilta longiglumis (Keng) S. L. Chen, 14. Kengyilia hirsuta (Keng) S. L. Chen, 15. Kengrilia mutica (Keng) S. L. Chen, 16. Kengyilia kokonoricum (Keng) S. L. Chen, 17. Elymus alashanicus (Keng) S. L. Chen.
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    A NEW SPECIES OF ARABIS FROM SICHUAN, CHINA
    Zhang Yu-hua
    Bulletin of Botanical Research    1994, 14 (2): 144-146.  
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    A new species of Arabis, namely A. kangdingensis Y. H. Zhang, is described, and its chromosome numbers (2n=28) is reported for the first time with a photograph.
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    NEW TAXA OF VICIA LINN
    He Jia-qing
    Bulletin of Botanical Research    1994, 14 (2): 147-149.  
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    A NEW VARIETY OF ARMENIACA MUME OF ROSACEAE
    Qiao Chuan-zhuo, Shen Hong-mei, Su Zhong-wu, Li Cheng-hu
    Bulletin of Botanical Research    1994, 14 (2): 150-151.  
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    A VARIETY DENDRANTHEMA NORTH EAST OF CHINA
    Zhang Gui-yi, Yu Li-jie, Liu Yu-jing
    Bulletin of Botanical Research    1994, 14 (2): 152-153.  
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    ANALYSIS TO THE TWO-DIMENSIONAL BEHAVIOR CHARACTERISTICS OF THE UNDERGROUND ECOLOGICAL FIELD OF ANEUROLEPIDIUM CHINENSE POPULATION
    Wang De-li, Liu Xing-hua, Zhu Ling
    Bulletin of Botanical Research    1994, 14 (2): 154-159.  
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    In this paper authors put forward the ecological potential model of the underground ecological field of Aeurolepidium chinense population by the field experiments and thoretical analysis. There are the some analysis to the potential values in different population density conditions, as well as the seasonal changes for the population. Author also gave the graphic explaination for the two-dimensional behavior graphs drawn by the computer. The results showed that the ecological potential is related to plant growth rate, resource utilization effidency, and root biomass, radius and the interaction distances.
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    NUMERICAL CLASSIFICATION FOR THE VEGETATION ON BEILUN, NINGBO
    Shi Meizhong, Zheng Chaozong, Chen Qi-chang, Ding Bingyang
    Bulletin of Botanical Research    1994, 14 (2): 160-168.  
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    The numerical methods of group average, principal components analysis and principal axes analysis are used in this paper for classifying the 28 plots of Beilun Mountains, Ningbo. The results from these three methods are similar to each oter. The forest types are tentatively divided into seven formations and ten associations, so that a classification system for the forest vegetation of this area is established.
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    STUDY ON THE GEOGRAPHY OF AQUATIC PLANTS IN NORTHEAST CHINA
    Yu Dan
    Bulletin of Botanical Research    1994, 14 (2): 169-178.  
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    Basod on the results obtained through ten years fixed positional studies, the geography of aquatic plants from Northeast China was discussed in the paper.The natural region of Northeast China should include Northeast Inner Mongolica which can further show the natural geographical caracteristics of the region. The horizontal vegetation zone of aquatic plants was divided into the dispersal patterns of either longitude or latitude. The vertical vegetation zone was clarified with the examples from Changbaishan Mountains etc. The extensing across zones and partitive zones of the distribution of aquatic plants were explored and the areal-types of aquatic plants were also expounded.
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    TWO MATHEMATICAL TECHNIQUES FOR SIMULATING COMMUNITY TABLES OF SPECIES AND QUADRATS
    Zhang Jin-tun
    Bulletin of Botanical Research    1994, 14 (2): 179-185.  
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    Two methods for carrying out tabular sorting classification, X 2 block classification and Information entropy classification, are introduced and applied to the analysis of grasslands in Northwest Germany in this paper. The resulats suggests that both techniques are effective and suitable for tabular sorting classification. The community tables arranged by these two techniques show the relationship between vegetation and species clearly and have identical characteristics to Braun-Blanquet methodology.
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    DYNAMICS OF SOIL MOISTURE IN THE “THREE NORTH” PROTECTIVE PLANTAION REGION
    Chen Xi-quan, Guan Ji-yi, Zhang Wei, Cul Xiao-yang
    Bulletin of Botanical Research    1994, 14 (2): 186-190.  
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    In the arid and semi-arid areas of the west part of Northeastern China.one of the key factors to agriculture and animal husbandry is about water. The regularity of soil moisture dymamics in this area could be characterized by a dry spring in May and June, a water-sufficient period from Jul. to Sept. (no significant difference between soil layers), and a water-retaining Period from Oct. to Feb. of the next year.The establishment of shelterbelts decreased transpiration and consequently increased soil moisture; but the effect varied with it's distance from the belt, and there exist evidently an optimal Zone and a minimum Zone in Soil moisture content. On this basis, the agricultural planting patterns could be regulated to utilize soil water more efficiently, which provided one approach to watersaving agriculture.It reached the conclusion that the type of shelterbelts, height of trees, composition of tree species, and distances between two belts were all important factors affecting soil moisture distribution in the shelter net, which provided scientific basis to the optimization of shceltfrbelt system.
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    THE EFFECT OF DIFFERENT GENOMES OF WHEAT ON FERTILITY OF ALLOPLASMIC “CHINESE SPRING” WITH G, S v, D 2, AND M u CYTOPLASMS
    Xue Xi, Wang Jian-ge, Xu Xiang-ling, Wang Tong-chang, Li Ji-lin
    Bulletin of Botanical Research    1994, 14 (2): 191-200.  
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    Four lines of common wheat, Chinese Spring, with different alien cytoplasms, G, S v, D 2 of M u, were crossed with 11 lines of common weat with different genotypes as parent, in order to explore the relationship between cytoplasmic male sterility and genome by means of observing and analyzing seed-set rate of the crossing generation variation of fertility and Phenotype, and chromosome behaviour at meiosis. The result showed that the seed-set rate of the crossing generation depends on he parent genotype. The fertility in F 1 hybrids is very complicated, that is, there are either some fertile hybrids but some sterile hybrids in combinations of crossing diffrent alloplasmic "Chinese Spring" with the same prent, indicating that the fertility is affected by the cytoplasm. Cytoplasmic effect appears on some characters, for in stance, mature period, staminal form, growth power and resistance to diseases, ets. Some nucleus-cytoplasm combinations with significant heterosis could be selected in the offsprings. Some alien cytoplasms affect chromosomal behaviour at meiosis so that bivalent can be increased or decreased in number in pollen mother cells, and some micronuclei formed in tetrads and abnormal tetrads produced.
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    STUDY ON THE SPATIAL PATTERN OF BETULA PLATYPHYLLA POPULATION
    Sun Bing, Yang Guo-ting, Chi fu-Chang, Guan Fa-rui
    Bulletin of Botanical Research    1994, 14 (2): 201-207.  
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    According to the examined data from fixed positions which are located at four typical sites in the range of Belula platyphlla, this paper adopts the methods of mathematical analysis in the study of the spatial patterns of Betula plalyphylla population with computer calculation and imitation. The results show that with the drop in humidity or the rise in temperature of habitat, the distribution of Betula platypllylla population turns from concentrated to random and with the rise in age, the population shows the same rule of spatial patterns.
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    THE CYTOLOGICAL ANALYSES AND STUDIES OF GEOGRAPHIC DISTRIBUTION IN SOLANUM NIGRUM COMPLEX OF CHINA
    Yang Yong-man, Zhang Hai-yang, Wu Guo-yi
    Bulletin of Botanical Research    1994, 14 (2): 208-213.  
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    On the basis of the field inspection in 30 counties of 15 provinces and the observation on plant of collectable 66 seeds share of Chinese s. nigrum complex from 25 provinces, as well as analysis and comparesion of the oversea relative research materials, we put forard domestically the following:(1) From low latitudes to high latitudes (18.6-53.5°N) the four species of Chinese s. nigrum complex respectively belong to diloid, tetraloid, hexaloid;(2) From the southern China to Northern China, natrually form three geographical distributive areas of diloid, the intersect of hexaloid and diloid, as well as the intersect of hexaloid and tetraloid.
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    THE COMPREHENSIVE JUDGEMENT ON THE FLORISTIC ABUNDANCE AMONG THE NUMEROUS REGIONS
    Zuo Jia-bu, Zhuo Yi-fu, Ma Rui-ping
    Bulletin of Botanical Research    1994, 14 (2): 214-219.  
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    This paper introduces the fuzzy mathematical principles and two methods of comprehensive judgement that has been used the evaluation and comparison on the floristic abundance among the numerous regions.Through the analysis of number of the family, genus and species of seed plant flora of Guizhou, Yunnan, Sichuan, Guangxi, Hunan, Hubei, Guangdong, Anhui and Hainan and so forth provinces(regions), the results are in correspondance with the practicable circumstances, and the judged results of the fuzzy mathematical method Ⅱ of comprehensive judgement can reflect more the practicable circumstances than the method Ⅰ of that especially.
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    STUDY MATERIAL ON FLACOURTIACEAE OF CHINA
    Lai Shu-shen
    Bulletin of Botanical Research    1994, 14 (3): 221-230.  
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    This paper introduce the of Flacourtiaccac the of china and 2 new species, 7 new varie-Ties, 2 new forms, 2 new combination, 2 mew sections, 2 new distributions, 2 new subtribes.
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    TWO NEW SPECIES OF GERANIUM FROM SICHUAN
    Tan Zhong-ming
    Bulletin of Botanical Research    1994, 14 (3): 231-235.  
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    ANEW VARIETETY OF VIOLA COLLINA BESS. OF CHINA
    Sun Kun
    Bulletin of Botanical Research    1994, 14 (3): 236-236.  
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    STUDY ON THE CHINESE WILD WOODY PEONIES (Ⅱ) NEW TAXA OF PAEONIA L.SECT.MOUTAN DC.
    Hong Tao, Gian Lupo Osti
    Bulletin of Botanical Research    1994, 14 (3): 237-240.  
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    The present paper proposes 1 new subspecies and 1 new status or Chinese wild tree peony.Lin's Peony, the new subspecies differs from Paeonia roekii in its lanceolate or narrow ovate and unlobed leanets.Jishan Peony is a very good wild species, from which originating a series of cultivars.So. the author raised Haw's subspecies to species grade, Paeonia spontanea(Rehder) T.Hong et W. F. zhao stat. nov.
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    A NEW SPECIES AND A NEW VARIETY OF LILIACEAE FROM ZHEJIANG
    Xue Xiang-Ji, Yao Hong
    Bulletin of Botanical Research    1994, 14 (3): 241-242.  
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    A NEW SPECIES OF IMPATIENS (BALSAMINACEAE) FROM HENAN
    Zhu Chang-shan, Yang Hao-wei
    Bulletin of Botanical Research    1994, 14 (3): 243-245.  
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    A NEW VARIETY OF STAPHYLEACEAE FROM ANHUI PROVINCE,CHINA
    Li Nong, He Yun-he
    Bulletin of Botanical Research    1994, 14 (3): 246-246.  
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    FRULLANIA USAMIENSIS STEPH——A SPECIES OF FRULLANAIACEAE NEW TO CHINA
    Fu Xing, Fang Jia-sheng
    Bulletin of Botanical Research    1994, 14 (3): 247-250.  
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    Frullania usamiensis Steph. from Liaoning Province is reported as a species of Frullaniaccae new to China.
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    MYXOMYCETES FROM HEILONGJIANG——Ⅰ.SPECIES AND DISTRIBUTION OF MYXOMYCEFES IN LIANGSHUI NATURAL REGION
    Wang Qi, Li Yu, Li Chuang-rong
    Bulletin of Botanical Research    1994, 14 (3): 251-254.  
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