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Professor GONG Xun

  GONG Xun, Professor of botany. Major research interests include 1) conservation genetics of rare and endangered plants in China, such as Cycad species native to Yunnan, Paeonia delavayi, Nouelia insignis, Psammosilene tunicoides, Citrus hongheensis and so on; 2) phylogenetics or speciation of the plants endemic to some regions in China, with emphasis on Chinese Apiaceae, Ligularia, Dobinea... More Content>>
Current Group Members
Group Leader:
  Prof. & Dr. GONG Xun
  Group Members:
  XIONG Jiang Associate professor, majoring in Phytochemistry and genetic diversity in Ligularia
  PAN Yuezhi, Associate professor, majoring in Systematics in Ligularia.
  YANG Zhiyun, Research Assistant,, majoring in Phytogeography in Ligularia.
  ZHOU Jin, Research Assistant, majoring in Systematics in Apiaceae.
  WANG Jinfe... More Content>>
Major Research Achievements
1. Studies on the endangered mechanism and conservation strategy of rare plants
  (1). High genetic diversity vs. low genetic differentiation in Nouelia insignis (Asteraceae), a narrowly distributed and endemic species in China, revealed by ISSR fingerprinting.
  (2). Genetic variation and phylogeography of Psammosilene tunicoides (Caryophyllaceae), a narrowly distributed and endemic specie... More Content>>
News
Publications
  Papers:
  1. Yang Yang, Yuezhi Pan, Xun Gong*, Moutian Fan, 2010. Genetic variation in the endangered Rutaceae species Citrus hongheensis based on ISSR fingerprinting. Genetic Resources and Crop Evolution, 57:1239–1248.
  2. Hao Wu, LiangqingZeng, Xun Gong*, 2010. Chromosome number of Trailliae doxagracilis (Rubiaceae)endemic to Jinsha Rivervalley. Acta Botanica Yunnanica, 32: 407-408.... More Content>>
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