Plant Diversity ›› 1979, Vol. 1 ›› Issue (01): 1-3.
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Li Xing－jiang Zang Mu
This work is a preliminary study on the Chinese species of the family Mniaceae, there are about 12 genera and more than 100, species of this family
have thus far been discovered in the world. This family is a representative
plant group of the Temperate Zones of the Northern Hemisphere. It is most
widely distributed in the Eastern Asia, especially in China.Since the 1ater half of the 19th century many botanists have co1lected and studied the Chinese Mniaceae. So far as the Chinese species of Mniaceae are concerned, only 5 genera, 37 species, 3 varieties and 6 forms have been reported from China. Among these species collected from various parts of China, many of them still need to be reviewed critically.
Li Xing－jiang Zang Mu. STUDIES ON THE CHINESE MNIACEAE[J]. Plant Diversity, 1979, 1(01): 1-3.
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