Plant Diversity ›› 2003, Vol. 25 ›› Issue (14): 1-3.
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YUAN Ming，WANG KangLin,PU YingDong
South and Southwest Yunnan are the most abundant in bamboo resources in China.They and their neighbouring areas formed a diversity center of Bambusoideae in the world.There are 16 genera and 56 species (including varieties) in Dehong,among them,21 species are endemic to China (15 species endemic to Yunnan),and accounted for 4667% of the total species (45 species).Most of the species belong to the arealtype of tropical Asia.The flora of Bambusoideae in Dehong is very closely related to that of tropical Area especially of Myanmar (18 species common to Myanmar and Dehong) and those of South and Southeast Yunnan.
YUAN Ming，WANG KangLin,PU YingDong. Study on Floristic Geography of Bambusoideae (Gramineae) in DaiJinpo Autonomous Prefecture Dehong,Yunnan,China[J].Plant Diversity, 2003, 25(14): 1-3.
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