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|標題:||Gentiana bambuseti (Gentianaceae), a new species from Taiwan||作者:||Hsieh, T.Y.
|關鍵字:||chromosome cytology;gentiana bambuseti;gentiana zollingerii;karyotype;analysis;new species;rare species;Taiwan;taxonomy;genus;china||Project:||Botanical Studies||期刊/報告no：:||Botanical Studies, Volume 48, Issue 3, Page(s) 349-355.||摘要:||
Gentiana bambuseti T. Y. Hsieh, T. C Hsu, S. M. Ku & C.-I Peng, a new species from Taiwan, is described and illustrated. This new species resembles G. zollingerii Fawcett, differing in the radical leaves not cordate, flowers shorter (ca. 9-12 mm long); branches from middle or above; lower half of stem simple and leafless; leaf margins cartilaginous and scabrescent; and apex of calyx lobes aristate-acuminate. This species occur spradically in the Alishan Range at 1,400-1,700 m altitude in central Taiwan. It is remarkably distinct from all congeners in Taiwan in the long, simple, leafless stem base. A somatic chromosome number of 2n = 60 was determined and the karyotype was analyzed for G. bambuseti. A color plate, line drawings, distribution rnap, and SEM microphotograpbs of seeds and pollen are documented for this new species. Gentiana bambuseti is highly vulnerable to heavy disturbance during harvesting in the bamboo forests.
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