By De-Yuan Hong
Codonopsis and its allied genera, are a bunch of crops that are vital in economic system and horticulture. A Monograph of Codonopsis and Allied Genera (Campanulaceae s. str.) bargains its viewers complete wisdom of those crops together with palynology, cytology, inhabitants biology, morphological description, geographical distribution with vouchers mentioned, first-class ink illustrations, and colour photographs, and keys to genera and to species.
This first-class paintings will facilitate id of correct vegetation, use of plant assets, review of endangered states, the advance of conservation innovations, and may advertise systematic and evolutionary examine of this group.
- Provides entire descriptions and classifications of Codonopsis and allied genera
- Richly illustrated with line drawings and high quality colour photographs
- Delineates and clarifies the relationships of Codonopsis and its allied teams in accordance with the analyses utilizing information from exterior morphology, pollen morphology, chromosomes, and molecular biology
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Clarke) D. Y. Hong & Q. Wang [Codonopsis dicentrifolia (C. B. Clarke) W. W. ) D. Y. Hong & X. T. ); g & h, Codonopsis chimiliensis J. Anthony. 38â•… A Monograph of Codonopsis and Allied Genera FIGURE II 4:1â•… Chromosomes of a, Himalacodon dicentrifolius (C. B. Clarke) D. Y. Hong & Q. Wang [Codonopsis dicentrifolia (C. B. Clarke) W. W. ) D. Y. Hong & X. T. ); c, Pseudocodon convolvulaceus (Kurz) D. Y. Hong & H. Sun (Codonopsis convolvulacea Kurz) subsp. forrestii (Diels) D. Y. Hong; d, Pseudocodon hirsutus (Hand.
Moeliono (1960) merged Campanumoea s. l. (including Cyclocodon) with Codonopsis. Hong (1983) still recognized Campanumoea s. l. as an independent genus. Shen and Hong (in Hong, 1983) divided Codonopsis into three subgenera, subgs. Codonopsis, Pseudocodonopsis Kom. (1908) and Obconicicapsula D. Y. Hong (1980). Hong and Pan (1998) restored Cyclocodon at generic state based on observations on pollen and seed-coat morphology, combined with external morphology. Grey-Wilson (1990) merged Leptocodon Lem.
Ex Benth. 5, 6, 7 Cyclocodon Griff. ex Hook. f. & Thomson 9 Echinocodon D. Y. Hong E. Y. Hong (E. lobophyllus) 8 Hong, 1984 8 TABLE II 4:1â•‡ Chromosome Numbers in the Platycodonoid Group (= Tribe Cyanantheae) of the Campanulaceae s. —cont’d Taxa n 2n Basic Number (x) Inferred References Himalacodon D. Y. Hong & Q. Wang (Codonopsis subg. Obconicicapsula D. Y. Hong) H. , 2014a 7 34 Zakharyeva & Astanova, 1969 17 Ostrowskia Regel O. magnifica Pankycodon D. Y. Hong & X. T. Ma (Codonopsis subg. Codonopsis, p.
A Monograph of Codonopsis and Allied Genera by De-Yuan Hong