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植物分类与资源学报
2017年 39卷 2期
刊出日期 2017-04-26

Cover Story: Conservation of plant species is the single most important long-term botanical task in the
construction of an ‘eco-civilisation’. However, standard procedures used for plant conservation have met with
only limited success. Therefore, plant conservationists need social allies to boost their efforts. Importantly,
conservationists must partner with elements in society whose primary interests in the construction of an
‘eco-civilisation differ, but, if successful, will still benefit plant conservation. The ecosystem services framework
can be used to identify such potential allies, as demonstrated with a case study based on medicinal plants in
Ludian, NW Yunnan, China.

TOP LEFT:  Regulating ecosystem services. Upper reaches of the Yangtze River. Measures introduced to reduce
down-stream flooding have encouraged forest protection, providing habitats for medicinal plants.
TOP RIGHT:  Cultural ecosystem services. Sacred forest (on triangular hill, extreme left, behind the prayer flags)
at a Buddhist village in NW Yunnan.
BOTTOM LEFT: Provisioning ecosystem services. Medicinal plants being sold at the market in Dali, NW Yunnan.
BOTTOM RIGHT:  Ludian landscape, showing medicinal plant cultivation and forest on surrounding hills (source
of wild medicinal plants).
研究论文
   
研究论文
65 Alan Hamilton*, Shengji Pei, Lixin Yang
Botanical aspects of eco-civilisation construction
2017 Vol. 39 (2): 65-72 [摘要] ( [an error occurred while processing this directive] ) [HTML] ( ) [PDF 2329KB] ( [an error occurred while processing this directive] )
73 Jie Chen a,b, Hong Zhao b, Xiujuan Zheng a,b, Kangjing Liang a,b, Yuchun Guo a,b, Xinli Sun a,b*
Recent amplification of Osr4 LTR-retrotransposon caused rice D1 gene mutation and dwarf phenotype
2017 Vol. 39 (2): 73-79 [摘要] ( [an error occurred while processing this directive] ) [HTML] ( ) [PDF 4036KB] ( [an error occurred while processing this directive] )
80 Jiaojun Yu a,b,c, , Chaobo Wang a,b,c, , Xun Gong a,b,c*
Degeneration of photosynthetic capacity in mixotrophic plants, Chimaphila japonica and Pyrola decorata (Ericaceae)
2017 Vol. 39 (2): 80-88 [摘要] ( [an error occurred while processing this directive] ) [HTML] ( ) [PDF 952KB] ( [an error occurred while processing this directive] )
89 Xiaojin Wang a,b, Peigui Liu a, Lihua Sun a,b*
Molecular and morphological data confirmed the presence of the rare species   Mattirolomyces terfezioides  in China
2017 Vol. 39 (2): 89-93 [摘要] ( [an error occurred while processing this directive] ) [HTML] ( ) [PDF 1909KB] ( [an error occurred while processing this directive] )
94 Xinhua Li a*, Licun Zhang a, Wenhui Li a, Xiaoming Yin b, Sen Yuan a

 New taxa of Berberis (Berberidaceae) with greenish flowers from a biodiversity hotspot in Sichuan Province, China
2017 Vol. 39 (2): 94-103 [摘要] ( [an error occurred while processing this directive] ) [HTML] ( ) [PDF 49065KB] ( [an error occurred while processing this directive] )
104 Xue Dong a, Xiaodong Jiang a, Guoqiang Kuang b, Qingbo Wang b, Micai Zhong a, Dongmin Jin a, Jinyong Hu a*
Genetic control of flowering time in woody plants: Roses as an emerging model

Genetic control of flowering time in woody plants: Roses as an emerging model
2017 Vol. 39 (2): 104-110 [摘要] ( [an error occurred while processing this directive] ) [HTML] ( ) [PDF 2211KB] ( [an error occurred while processing this directive] )
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