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Key Laboratory for Plant Diversity and Biogeography of East Asia
PENG Hua's Group
LIU Peigui's Group
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SUN Weibang's Group
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Publications

  1. Yang J, Wu JC, Gu ZJ. 2009. Karyomorphology of three species in Dipentodon (Dipentodontaceae), Perrottetia (Celastraceae) and Tapiscia (Tapisciaceae) of the order Huerteales and their phylogenetic implications. Journal of Systematics and Evolution, 47, 291-296.

  2). Wu, JC, Yang J, Gu ZJ, and Zhang YP. 2010. Isolation and Characterization of Twenty Polymorphic Microsatellite Loci for Moringa oleifera (Moringaceae). HortScience, 45, 690-692.

  3. Ma YP, Nielsen J, Li NW, Sun WB. Rhododendron aureodorsale (Ericaceae) comb. nov. from southwestern Shaanxi, China. Nordic Journal of Botany (accepted)

  4. Chen G, Sun WB, 2011. Buddleja davidii and Buddleja yunnanensis: exploring features associated with commonness and rarity in Buddleja. Flora, 10: 892-895.

  5. Zhao LL, Sun WB, 2011. Development and characterization of microsatellite markers in the critically endangered species Acer yangbiense (Aceraceae). American Journal of Botany, 9: e247-249.

  6. Zhang L,Sun WB, Wang ZL, et al, 2011. Isolation and Characterization of 15 Polymorphic Microsatellite Loci for Hibiscus aridicola (Malvaceae), an Endangered Ornamental Shrub Endemic to the Dry-Hot Valleys of Jinsha River in Southwest China. International Journal of Molecular Sciences, 12:5698-5704

  7. Dao ZL,Ji YH,Liu T, et al., 2011. Development of Ten polymorphic microsatellite loci for Fosbergia shweliensis (Rubiaceae), a potentially crisis endangered tree. American Journal of Botany, e161-163

  8. Li R, Dao ZL, 2011. Molecular authentication of the traditional Tibetan medicinal plant, Meconopsis impedita. African Journal of Biotechnology,10(38):7493-7496

  9. Chen, G, Sun WB, 2010. Ploidy variation in Trigonobalanus verticillata (Fagaceae).Plant systematics and Evolution, 284: 123-127.

  10. Chen G, Sun H, Sun WB, 2010. Leaf epidermal characters of Buddleja L. (Buddlejaceae) at different ploidy levels in Asian region and their taxonomic and ecological significance. Flora, 205: 777-787.

  11. Han CY, Long CL, 2010. Dormancy, germination and storage of Magnolia ingrata. Seed Science and Technology, 38: 252-256.

  12. Han CY, Welbaum G, Long CL, 2010. Seed dormancy and gemination of Michelia yunnanensis (Magnoliaceae). Scientia Horticulturae, 124: 83-87.

  13. Ma YP, Milne RI, Zhang CQ, Yang JB, 2010. Unusual patterns of hybridization involving a narrow endemic Rhododendron species in Yunnan (Ericaceae). China. American Journal of Botany, 97: 1749-1757.

  14. Ma YP, Zhang CQ, Zhang JL, Yang JB, 2010. Natural hybridization between Rhododendron delavayi and R. cyanocarpum (Ericaceae), from morphological, molecular and reproductive evidence. Journal of Integrative Plant Biology, 52: 844-851.

  15. Chen G, Sun WB, Sun H, Norman E, 2009. Morphological microharacters of leaf epidermis and size variation of leaf, flower and fruit at different ploidy level in Buddleja macrostachya. Journal of Systematcs and Evolution, 3: 231-236.

  16. Zheng YL, Sun WB, 2009. Seed Germination of huagaimu, a critically endangered plant endemic to Southeastern Yunnan, China. HortTechnology, 19:427-431.

  17. Zhao XF, Sun WB, 2009. Abnormalities in sexual development and pollinator limitation in Michelia coriacea (Magnoliaceae), a critically endangered endemic to Southeast Yunnan, China. Flora, 204: 463-470.

  18. Zhao XF, Sun WB, Yang JB, Meng J, 2009. Isolation and characterization of 12 microsatellite loci for Michelia coriacea (Magnoliaceae), a critically endangered endemic to Southeast Yunnan, China. Conservation Genetics, 10: 1583-1585.

  19. Zheng YL, Sun WB, Zhou Y, et al. 2009. Variation in seed and seedling traits in the natural provenances of Trigonobananus doichangensis (A. Camus) Forman (Fagaceae), a rare and endangered plant in south-west China. New Forests, 35: 285-294.

  20. Zheng YL, Sun WB, 2009. Variation of morphophysiological characters in seeds of Trigonobalanus doichangensis according to individual trees, populations and years. Euphytica, 164: 231-238.

  21. Sun WB, Yin Q, 2009. Ex-Situ Conserving the Yangbi maple Acer yangbiense, Only 4 Individuals Restricted to Yunnan Province, Southwest China. Oryx,42(4):461-462

  22. Nie ZL, Wen J, Azurna H, Qiu YL, Sun H, Meng Y, Sun WB, Zimmer EA, 2008. 7 Phylogenetic and biogeographic complexity of Magnoliaceae in the Northern Hemisphere inferred from three nuclear data sets. Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution, 49: 561-573

  23. Deng M, Zhou ZK, Chen YQ, Sun WB, 2008. Systematic significance of the development and anatomy of flowers and fruit of Quercus schottkyana (subgenus Cyclobalanopsis: Fagaceae).International Journal of Plant Sciences, 9: 1261-1277.

  24. Xia K, Zhou ZK, Chen WY, Sun WB, 2008. Rescuing the Sichou oak Quercus sichourensis in China. Oryx, 1: 3-4.

  25. Sun WB,Zhou Y, Lu Y,Magin G, 2007.Chinese Magnolias – it’s mostly as bas as we thought. Oryx , 4: 427-433.

  26. Chen G, Sun WB, Sun H, 2007. Ploidy variation in Buddleja L. (Buddlejaceae) in the Sino-Himalayan region and its biogeographical implications. Botanical Journal of the Linnean Society, 154: 305-312.

  27. Chen G, Sun WB, Han CY, Coombes A, 2007. Karyomorphology of the endangered Trigonobalanus doichangensis (A.Camus) Forman (Fagaceae) and its taxonomic and biogeographic implications. Botanical Journal of the Linnean Society, 154: 321-330.

  28. Sun WB, Han CY, Gao LM, et al., 2007. Genetic diversity of the rare Asian plant, Trigonobalanus doichangensis (Fagaceae). Australian Journal of Botany, 55: 10-17.

  29. Sun WB, Zhou Y, Han CY, et al., 2006. Status and conservation of Trigonobalanus doichangensis (A. Camus) Forman (Fagaceae). Biodiversity and Conservation, 4: 1303-1318.

  30. Weekerle C, Yang YP, Hubet F, Sun WB, 2006. Plant knowledge of the shuhi in the Hengduan Mountains, southwest China. Economic Botany, 1: 3-23.

  31. Weekerle C, Yang YP, Hubet F, Sun WB, 2005. The Role of Barley among the shuhi in the Tibetan Cultural Area of the East Himalayas. Economic Botany, 4:386-394.

  32. Weekerle C, Hubet F, Yang YP, Sun WB, 2005. Walnuts among the Shuli in Shuiluo, eastern Himalayas. Economic Botany, 3: 287-290.

  REPRESENTATIVE PUBLICATIONS

    1. Sun WB, Zhou Y, Han CY, et al., 2006. Status and conservation of Trigonobalanus doichangensis (A. Camus) Forman (Fagaceae). Biodiversity and Conservation, 4: 1303-1318

  2. Sun WB,Zhou Y, Lu Y,Magin G, 2007.Chinese Magnolias – it’s mostly as bas as we thought. Oryx , 4: 427-433

  3. Zhao LL, Sun WB, Yang JB, 2011. Development and characterization of microsatellite markers in the critically endangered species Acer yangbiense (Aceraceae). American Journal of Botany, 9: e247-249

  4. Zhao XF, Sun WB, 2009. Abnormalities in sexual development and pollinator limitation in Michelia coriacea (Magnoliaceae), a critically endangered endemic to Southeast Yunnan, China. Flora, 204: 463-470

  5. Chen G, Sun WB, Sun H, 2007. Ploidy variation in Buddleja L. (Buddlejaceae) in the Sino-Himalayan region and its biogeographical implications. Botanical Journal of the Linnean Society, 154: 305-312.

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