ABY 1996, 18(02) 1-3 DOI:     ISSN: 0253-2700  CN: 53-1039/Q

Current Issue | Archive | Search                                                            [Print]   [Close]
muci
Information and Service
This Article
Supporting info
PDF(1342KB)
[HTML]
Reference
Service and feedback
Email this article to a colleague
Add to Bookshelf
Add to Citation Manager
Cite This Article
Email Alert
Keywords
Yalutsangpu river
Authors
SUN Hang, ZHOU Zhe-Kun
PubMed
Article by

THE CHARACTERS AND ORIGIN OF THE FLORA FROM THE BIG BEND GORGE OF YALUTSANGPU (BRAHMABUTRA) RIVER, EASTERN HIMALAYAS

SUN Hang, ZHOU Zhe-Kun

Kunmming Institute of Botany,Chinese Academy of Sinica,Kunming 650204

Abstract

The flora of the big bend gorge (below el. 2500 m) is very rich, which comprises ca. 1410 species of seed plants in 643 genera, 180 families. The noristics of the region has obviously transitional characters between tropical and temperate, and it is a knot of tropical and temperate flora. In the origin, it mainly originated from the Eastern Asia, which developed into Sino-himalayan elements in Hengduan Mts or S.W. China after tertiary, and the tropical Asia (Indo-malayan).

Keywords Yalutsangpu river  
Received  Revised  Online:  
DOI:
Fund:
Corresponding Authors:
Email:
About author:

References:
Similar articles

Comment for this article:

Copyright by ABY