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Primulaceae Reference

  1. Chung, Shih-Wen, Tian-Chuan Hsu, An-Ching Chung and Po-Hao Chen 2018 Two new naturalized plants to the Flora of Taiwan Quarterly Journal of Forest Research 40 (3): 179-184 / Linaria canadensis and Samolus valerandi
  2. Conn, Barry J. 2018 Transfer of Rapanea brassii P. Royen to Myrsine (Primulaceae) Telopea 21: 157–159
  3. Dubéarnès, Anne, Avelinah Julius, Timothy M. A. Utteridge 2015 A synopsis of the genus Embelia in Peninsular Malaysia and Singapore. Studies in Malaysian Myrsinaceae III Kew Bulletin 70 (2): 25
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  10. Huang, Ge-Han, Gang Hao, Chi-Ming Hu 2017 Hymenandra A. DC. (Primulaceae), A New Generic Record for China Journal of Tropical and Subtropical Botany 25 (3) 282-284
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  1. 王玉金、李小娟、郝刚、刘建全 2004 点地梅属的分子系统学、 生物地理学和垫状形态的趋同进化 植物分类学报 42(6) 481-499
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Ardisia Reference

  1. Chatan, Wannachai and Wilawan Promprom 2017 New subspecies of Ardisia crenata (Primulaceae) from Thailand Taiwania 62 (2): 116‒120
  2. Hu, Chi Ming 1999 New synonyms and combinations in Asiatic Ardisia (Myrsinaceae) Blumea 44 391-406
  3. Julius, Avellinh Timothy M. A. Utteridge 2012 Revision of Ardisia subgenus Bladhia in Peninsular Malaysia; studies in Malaysian Myrsinaceae I Kew Bulletin 67 (3), 379-388
  4. Julius, Avelinah, Tadashi Kajita and Timothy M. A. Utteridge 2017 Ardisia gasingoides (Primulaceae-Myrsinoideae), a new species from southern Peninsular Malaysia Phytotaxa 291 (4): 281-286
  5. Stone, Benjamin C. 1993 New and Noteworthy Malesian Myrsinaceae, VI. Scherantha, a New Subgenus of Ardisia Pacific Science 47 (3): 276-294
  6. Utteridge, Timothy M. A., Avelinah Julius and Suzana Sabran 2014 Ardisia silamensis, a new ultramafic species from Borneo; studies in Malaysian Myrsinaceae II Kew Bulletin 69 (2) : 9510-9514
  7. Wang, Jun and Nian-He Xia 2012 Ardisia crenata Complex (Primulaceae) Studies Using Morphological and Molecular Data Botany John Kiogora Mworia
  8. Yang, Yuen-Po and Sheng-you Lu 1989 Comments on the Taiwan Quarterly Journal of Forest Research 4(2) 77-82 / Ardisia villosaSinomenium acutumLasianthus sikkimensis
  9. Yang, Yuen-Po 1989 Short comments of Ardisia (Myrsinaceae) of Eastern Asia Bot. Bull. Acad. Sin. 30(4): 297-298
  10. Yang, Yuen-Po and John D. Dwyer 1989 Taxonomy of Subgenus Bladhia of Ardisia (Myrsinaceae) Taiwania 34 (2) 192-298
  11. Zhao, Ai-Lian, Xiao-Yong Chen, Xin Zhang and Dong Zhang 2006 Effects of fragmentation of evergreen broad-leaved forests on genetic diversity of Ardisia crenata var. bicolor (Myrsinaceae) Biodiversity & Conservation 15(4): 1339–1351

  1. 方文哲,姚淦 1979 紫金牛属研究资料 植物分类学报 17 (4): 99-100.
  2. 王军,夏念和 2009 中国紫金牛科紫金牛属新异名兼论华紫金牛亚属的地位 热带亚热带植物学报 17(1):83-85
  3. 王军,夏念和 2013 中国紫金牛属的分支分类学研究 热带亚热带植物学报 21 (6): 549-559
  4. 马晓洁,胡启明,冯志坚 2007 窄叶山血丹紫金牛科)一新变种 [1] 15 (6): 551-552
  5. 鈴木時夫 1937 臺灣北部照葉喬木林地帯 = 産スルやぶかろじ属 ノ一新種,Ardisi sciophila = 就テ 植物硏究雑誌 13 (7) 499-510
  6. 袁德义,何小勇,莫文娟,练发良,张琳 2008 朱砂根ISSR 反应体系的建立与优化 浙江林业科技 28(4) 60-62
  7. 胡启明 1995 中国紫金牛属一新种 热带亚热带植物学报 3 (4):13-16
  8. 徐玲玲,李同建,张美云,易官美,廖亮 2009 基于核 ITS 与叶绿体 trnL-F 序列分析 12 种紫金牛属植物的种间关系与变异 园艺学报 36(10): 1531-1537
  9. 张巧玲,谢建光,陈显化,郝刚 2007 中国紫金牛属圆齿组果实微形态特征研究 武汉植物学研究 25(5):432-439
  10. 邓素芳,杨旸,赖钟雄 2009 朱砂根品种资源的RAPD分析 中国农学通报 25(10): 63-67

Lysimachia Reference

  1. Anderberg, Arne A., Ulrika Manns and Mari Källersjö 2007 Phylogeny and floral evolution of the Lysimachieae (Ericales, Myrsinaceae): evidence from ndhF sequence data Willdenowia 37: 407-421
  2. Kodela, P. G. 2006 Lysimachia (Myrsinaceae) in New South Wales Telopea 11(2) 147-154
  3. Peng, Ching-I and Chi-Ming Hu 1999 Lysimachia chingshuiensis (Primulaceae), a new species from eastern Taiwan Bot. Bull. Acad. Sin. 40 49-52
  4. Rhizopoulou, Sophia, Emmanuel Spanakis and Apostolos Argiropoulos (2015) Study of petal topography of Lysimachia arvensis grown under natural conditions Acta Botanica Gallica 162 (4): 355-364
  5. Suzuki, Ryo O., Hiroshi Kudoh, Naoki Kachi 2003 Spatial and temporal variations in mortality of the biennial plant, Lysimachia rubida: effects of intraspecific competition and environmental heterogeneity J. of Ecology 91(1) 114–125
  6. Yang, T. Y. Aleck, Alisa Grabovskaya, Irina Illarionova and Chih-Hsiung Chen 2012 Lysimachia candida Lindl. (Primulaceae), an extinct species and also a new record species to Taiwan Taiwania 57(4): 434–442
  7. Zhang, Cai-tun, Feng-Ying Wang, Hai-Fei Yan, Gang hao amd Chi-Ming Hu 2012 Testing DNA barcoding in closely related groups of Lysimachia L. (Myrsinaceae) Molecular Ecology Resources 12(1) 98-108

  1. 廖亮,周筱玲 1998 五种珍珠菜的核型研究 云南植物研究 20(4) 413-418
  2. 邵剑文,李晓红,韩露,张小平 2004 5种珍珠菜属植物的核型分析 云南植物研究 26(4) 427-433
  3. 邵剑文,张小平,朱国萍 2006 珍珠菜属植物种皮微形态特征及其系统学意义 云南植物研究 28(4) 378-382

Maesa Reference

  1. Caris, P., Louis P. Ronse Decraene, Erik Smets and Denis Clinckemaillie 2000 Floral development of three Maesa species, with special emphasis on the position of the genus within Primulales Annals of Botany 86: 87–97.
  2. Ma, O. S. W. and R. M. K. Saunders 2003 Comparative floral ontogeny of Maesa (Maesaceae), Aegiceras (Myrsinaceae) and Embelia (Myrsinaceae): Taxonomic and phylogenetic implications Plant Systematics and Evolution 243 (1):39-58
  3. Sleumer, H. 1987 A revision of the genus Maesa Forsk. (Myrsinaceae) in New Guinea,the Moluccas, and the Solomon Islands Blumea 32 39-65
  4. Utteridge, Timothy M. A. and Richard M. K. Saunders 2000 Maesa reflexa (Maesaceae): A New Species from Mindanao, Philippines Kew Bulletin 55(4):981-984
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  6. Utteridge, Timothy M. A. and Richard M. K. Saunders 2006 Sexual Dimorphism and Functional Dioecy in Maesa perlarius and M. japonica (Maesaceae/Myrsinaceae) Biotropica 33(2):368-374
  7. Utteridge, Timothy M. A. 2012 Four new species of Maesa Forssk. (Primulaceae) from Malesia Kew Bulletin 67 (3): 367-378
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Primula Reference

  1. Bawri, A., P. R. Gajurel and M. L. Khan 2013 Record of Primula waltonii Watt ex I.B. Balfour (Primulaceae) from Arunachal Himalaya with taxonomic notes Pleione 7(1): 262 - 265
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Web Link

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  5. Chen, Xin, Hai He and Li-Bing Zhang 2015 A monograph of the Anisophylleaceae (Cucurbitales) with description of 18 new species of Anisophyllea Phytotaxa 229 (1):1-189
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