eMonocot Cyperaceae

an authoritative resource for Cyperaceae data worldwide, integrating global and regional perspectives

Literature

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Dobeš, C, Hahn, B1997IOPB chromosome data 11
Druskovic, B1995IOPB chromosome data 9.
Halkka, L, Toivonen, H, Saario, S, Pykala, J1992Chromosome counts in the Carex flava complex (Cyperaceae) in Finland.
Hoshino, T1981Karyomorphological and cytogenetical studies on aneuploidy in Carex
Hoshino, T, Okamura, K, Hong, D, Dai, L, Nakata, M, Tanaka, R1993Cytological studies of Chinese Cyperaceae. 1. Chromosome counts of nine species collected from Jilin, Liaoning and Hebei Province.
Hoshino, T, Masaki, T2011Illustrated Sedges of Japan
Luceño, M, Escudero, M, Jiménez-Mejías, P2008Carex. Cyperaceae
Löve, A, Löve, D1944Cyto-taxonomical studies on boreal plants. 3. Some new chromosome numbers of Scandinavian plants.
Ohkawa, T, Yokota, M1998Chromosome numbers and their variation patterns of Carex in the Ryukyu Islands.
Ohkawa, T, Yokota, M, Hoshino, T2000A neuploidal populatipon differentation in Carex sociata Boott (Cyperaceae) of the Ryukyu Islands, Japan.
Okuno, S1940On the chromosome numbers in the genus Carex
Tanaka, N1948The problem of aneuploidy
Whitlock, R, Grime, JP, Burke, T2010Genetic variation in plant morphology contributes to the species-level structure of grassland communities
Yano, O, Ikeda, H, Hoshino, T2010Phylogeography of the Japanese Common Sedge, Carex Conica Complex (Cyperaceae), Based on Chloroplast DNA Sequence Data and Chromosomal Variation
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Yano, O, Masaki, T, Katsuyama, T, Hoshino, T2010Carex (Cyperaceae) of the Kuroshima Island in the Osumi Islands, Kagoshima Prefecture.
Yano, O, Nanami, T, Ito, K, Ikeda, H, Hoshino, T2007Cytological Studies of the Genus Carex (Cyperaceae) in the Osumi Islands (Kagoshima Prefecture) I. Chromosome Counts of Five Species Collected from Yakushima Island
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