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25 April 1982, Volume 4 Issue 02
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    MULTIPLICATION OF PROTOCORM OF DENDROBIUM CANDIDUM
    He Jingbo, Zheng Cuangzhi and Wang Shiling
    1982, 4(02):  1-3. 
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    THE NOMENCLATURE OF CAMELLIA PUBISEPALA
    Fang Ding
    1982, 4(02):  1-3. 
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    EFFECT OF LIGHT INTENSITY ON PHOTOSYNTHETIC CHARACTER IN RICE PLANTS
    Fan Cihui
    1982, 4(02):  1-3. 
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    CELL SUSPENSI0N CULTURE OF CALLUS FROM ANISODUS ACUTANGULUS ROOTS
    Zheng Guangzhi, He Jingbo and Wang Shilin
    1982, 4(02):  1-3. 
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    EFFECTS OF HORMONES AND SEED TREATMENT ON THE GERMINATION OF SEEDS OF CYMBIDIUM SPECIES UNDER STERILE CONDITION
    Duan Jinyu,Xie Yahong
    1982, 4(02):  1-3. 
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    The germination of seeds of 10 species of Cymbidium (native of Yunnan Province) was studied. The 10 species include cpiphytic, semi-epiphytic and terrestrial species. The sceds of epiphytic and semi-epiphytic species are easy to germinate and sensitive to hormone treatment. The combination of NAA and BA promotes the bud formation of the protocorms. Whereas the seeds of terrestrial species are difficult to germinate and must be treated first with some chemicals, such as 0.1 N NaOH or 1.5% H,O, or cut with a pair of scissors. Under the influence of hormone and seed treatment, the percentage of seed germination of certain terrcstrial species amounts to 40%.
    A STUDY ON THE KARYOTYPE IN PINUS YUNNANENSIS AND P. KESIYA VAR. LANGBIANENSIS
    Gu Zhijie,Li Maoxue
    1982, 4(02):  1-3. 
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    The present paper deals with the karyotypes of Pinus yunnanensis Franch. and P. kesiya var. langbianensis (A.Chev.) Gaussen. The chromosomes of them are 2n=24, which all belong to metacentric one. There are three pairs of chromosomes (No. 2, 5, 8) with secondary constriction in P. yunnanensis Franch., and only one (No. 3) in P.kesiya var. langbianensis (A. Chev.) Gaussen and its first pair of chromosomes are heterozygous. The karyotype of P.kesiya var. langbianensis (A. Chev.) Gaussen is not as regular as that of P. yunnanensis Franch. By the comparison between their karyotypes, it is shown that the relationship between both of them is not close and P. kesiya var. langbianensis (A. chev) Gaussen is more advanced than P. yunnanensis Franch. in the evolution.
    SOME PRIMARY OBSERVATIONs 0N THE HISTOCHEMICAL LOCALIZATION OF PROTEINS, LIPOIDS, AND ENZYMES lN THE DEVELOPMENT PROCESS OF GASTRODIA ELATA
    Liu Cheng-yun
    1982, 4(02):  1-3. 
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    In the embryo of Gastrodia elata Bl., the richer fat, cytoplasmic protein and trace basic protein were found, and also visible activities of peroxidase, esterase and ATPase were detected, when the sprout. While the vegetative growth, richer protein were found in the apical meristem, leaf primordium, parenchyma cells of vascular bundle, exodermis cells and great cells. The distribution of protein was contrary to the distribution of storage polysaccharide. The content of basic protein and fat was not notable.
    THE PRIMARY STUDIES ON EUPATORIUM ODORATUM COMMUNITY IN SOUTHERN YUNNAN
    Wu Bangxing
    1982, 4(02):  1-3. 
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    This paper present a species of extraneous weed that is native tO the Andes of the south America. Now, it has become the wide distribution in low altitude region of the southern Yunnan. According to data and investigation, we know that Eupatorium odoratum has extended from thailand through Burma to the southern Yunnan since 1930. Moreover, in these areas it can be set foot, the wide-spread, naturalized, and often formed a secondary consociation, has directly connection with temperature.
    NOTES CONCERNING THE SUBDIVISIONS OF CORDYCEPS AND A NEW SPECIES FROM CHINA
    Zang Mu,Liu Daoqing and Hu Ruoying
    1982, 4(02):  1-3. 
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    The genus Cordyceps has been variously divided into different subgenera, according to E. B. Mains (1958), the following subdivisions of the genus that the authors are supplemented and provided in this paper. They are Subgenus Racemella, Subg. Cordyceps, Subg. Cryptocordyceps and Subg. Ophiocor- dyceps. Cordyceps liangshanensis Zang, Liu et Hu, sp. nov. is described as new Subgenus Racemella from Sichuan, China. It is assigned to the distribution area of this species is known only from Taliang Mountain and Chinsha River valley. The hosts of this species are usually attached to the substratum by mycelium which spreads out, forming thin yellowish or brownish crusts.
    EINE NEUE TRICHOCOLEOPSIS IN QIN LING (CHINA)
    Zhang Manxiang
    1982, 4(02):  1-3. 
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    Ex affinitate T.sacculatae,sed differt foliis caulinis forficate bifidis margine levibus vel sublevibus,amphigastriis caulinis bifidis facile differt.
    A NEW SPECIES OF GLEDITSIA FROM HUNAN
    Li Binggui
    1982, 4(02):  1-3. 
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    Species G.japonica Miq. valde affinis, sed legumine dense aureo-tomentoso differt.Arbor, 5-12 m altal spinae validae ramosae; ramuli hornotini fulyor brunneil lenticellis griseo-albescentibus. Folia paripinnata, saepe nonnulla ad apicem ramuli hornotini abbreviati fasciculata; foliola 10-16(-18), ovata, oblongo-ovata vel elliptico-ovata, 2-6.5 cm longa, 1.5-2.5 cm lata, apice obtusissium usque rotunda, basi late cuneata vel subrottunda, inaequalia, margine crenulata, venosa, utrinque pilosa, subtus ad costam nervosque dense pubescentia; petioli supra cannaliculati cum petiolulis dense pubescentes.
    NOTES ON SOME SPECIES OF PAPHI0PEDILUM FROM YUNNAN
    Chen Singchi Liu Fangyuan
    1982, 4(02):  1-3. 
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    Species nova P.niveo similis, sed foliis subtus dense purpureo-punctatis, floribus armeniacis, labello sepalo longiore vel aequilongo, symsepalo apice obtuso (non bicuspidato), petalis intus basi manifeste albo-villosis bene distincta.   
    A NEW SPECIES OF MARSDENIA (ASCLEPIADACEAE) FROM YUNNAN
    Li Pingtao and Li Yanhui
    1982, 4(02):  1-3. 
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    Species myaungaienensis Tsiang et P.T.Li similis,sed bracteis bracteolisque majoribus foliiformibus,calycis segmentis corollis duplo longioribus,corollis flavidis extus hispidis intus glabuis,lobis apice incisis,stigmatibus includentibus differt.
    A NEW SPECIES OF BIONDIA (ASCLEPIADACEAE) FROM SICHUAN
    Zhu Zhengyin
    1982, 4(02):  1-3. 
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    Species B.yunnanensi(Lev.)Tsiang affinis,sed planta unifariam pubescenti,petiolis longioribus,costa supra convexa,corollae tubo lobo 2-plo longiore,sepalis anguste lanceolatis differt.
    TAXA NOVA GENERIS SILENES L. E FLORA SICHUANENSE ET YUNNANENSE
    Wu Chengyih and Tang Changlin
    1982, 4(02):  1-3. 
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    Species nova S.nigrescenti (Edgew.) Majumdar affinis, sed secunda calyce subglobosum Yel vesi-culosum formante, circ. 18 mm diam.; petalis leviter superantibus,limbis apice leviter retusis; seminis orbiculari-reniformibus, circ.1.5 mm longis, faciebus planis, dorso angustato-alis cinctis differt.
    A STUDY ON THE GENUS UROCHLOA BEAUV. FROM YUNNAN
    Sun Bising and Hu Zhihao
    1982, 4(02):  1-3. 
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    Affinis U.yuanmouensi nobis infra descriptae sed plantis majoribus,foliis lineari-lanceolatis 10-22 cm longis et 1-1.7 cm latis,panticulis e 5-11 racemis compositis differt.
    NOTULAE DE RANUCULACEIS SINENSIBUS V
    Wang Wen-tsai
    1982, 4(02):  1-3. 
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    Proximum A. brunneo Hand.-Mazz., quod caulibus altioribus, foliis majo-ribus usque ad 6 cm longis 11 cm latis secus caulem aequaliter dispositis, sepalo superiore nayiculari fronte haud constricto breviter rostrato, petalorum labiis duplo brevioribus facile differt.
    ON THE EVOLUTION AND DISTRIBUTION IN LABIATAE
    Wu Chengyih and Li Hsiwen
    1982, 4(02):  1-3. 
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    Labiatae is a cosmopolitan bigger family. It contains about 221 genera (among them 63 genera are monotypic) and about 6,000 species. Most genera distributed in old World, and only 40 genera are endemic to New World. Widely distributed genera are Teucrium, Scutellaria, Prunella, Stachys, Salvia, Micromeria and Ocimum. There are 13 genera having more than 100 species, e. g. Salvia (700-1050 species), Hyptis (350-400), Thymus(300- 400), Scutellaria (300), Stachys (c. 300), Nepeta (250), Teucrium (100-300), Pogostemon (140-160), Plectranthus s.str. (c.200), Rabdosia(150), Micromeria (130), Ocimum (l00-150), and Phlomis (c.100). Many of the widely distributed and bigger genera mainly concentrated in Mediterrancan Region and Near East to Central Asia.
    THE TAXONOMY OF CHINESE LYCOPODIACEAE (SEN. LAT.) Ⅲ
    Ching Renchang
    1982, 4(02):  1-3. 
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    Phlegmariurus carinatus (Desv.) Ching, comb. nov.--Lycopodium cari-natum Desv. in Lam. Encycl. Supp1. 3:559. 1823; Spring, Monogr. Lycop.1:59 et 2:26. 18491 Baker, Handb. Fern Allies 17. 1887; Merr. in Lingnan Sci. Journ. 5:20. 1927; Ching et al. in F1. Hainanica 1:7. 1964. ---Lyco- podiuln carinatum var. minus Tagawa in Acta Phytotax. Geobot. 15:7. 1951. --Urostachys Carinatus Herter ex Nessel, Barlcppgewachse 179. 1939.