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NIE Zelong's Group
 
Professor Nie Zelong

  Associate Professor of Botany
  Major research has been focused on molecular systematics and intercontinental disjunctions of flowering plants in the Northern Hemisphere as well as cytogeography on the alpine flora and plants in the Hengduan Mountains and the Himalayan regions. Taxa studied related to molecular systematics and biogeographic disjunctions in the Northern Hemisphere include... More Content>>
Current Group Members
Group leader: NIE Zelong (PhD, Associate Professor)
  Member: ZHANG Jianwen (PhD, Assistant Professor)
  Student:
  XIE Yanping (2009-2012)
  HUANG Weiping (2010-2013)
  YANG Li-e (2012-2015)
  YANG Yingying (2013-2016) More Content>>
Progress in Global Biogeographic Disjunction from Kunming Institu...
Pantropical disjunctions usually involve tropical regions of the Americas, Africa, south-eastern Asia and Australia. Studies of the origin and diversification of tropical intercontinental disjunctions in plants may provide important insights into the evolutionary assembly of tropical forests. However, most studies have focused on the family level, and only a few groups have been examined at the... More Content>>
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Publications
Nie Z-L, Deng T, Meng Y, Sun H, Wen J. 2013. Post-Boreotropical origin and dispersals explain the pantropical disjunction in Paederia (Rubiaceae). Annals of Botany 111: 873-886.
  Nie Z-L, Funk V, Sun H, Deng T, Meng Y, and Wen J. 2013. Molecular phylogeny of Anaphalis (Asteraceae, Gnaphalieae) with biogeographic implications in the Northern Hemisphere. Journal of Plant Research 126: 17-32.
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