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目錄

Euphorbiaceae

Acalypha

Alchornea

Aleurites

Antidesma

Phyllanthaceae

Baliospermum

Bischofia

Phyllanthaceae

Botryophora

Breynia

Phyllanthaceae

Bridelia

Phyllanthaceae

Chamaesyce

Euphorbia

Claoxylon

Cnidoscolus

Codiaeum

Croton

Drypetes

Putranjivaceae

Euphorbia

Excoecaria

Flueggea

Phyllanthaceae

Glochidion

Phyllanthaceae

Hancea

Hevea

Homalanthus

Homonoia

Hura

Jatropha

Joannesia

Liodendron

Putranjivaceae

Macaranga

Mallotus

Manihot

Margaritaria

Phyllanthaceae

Melanolepis

Mercurialis

Moultonianthus

Phyllanthus

Phyllanthaceae

Pimelodendron

Reutealis

Ricinus

Syndyophyllum

Synostemon

Phyllanthaceae

Suregada

Triadica

Vernicia

Euphorbiaceae Reference

  1. Cardinal-McTeague, Warren M. and Lynn J. Gillespie 2016 Molecular phylogeny and pollen evolution of Euphorbiaceae Tribe Plukenetieae Systematic Botany 41(2)329-347
  2. Davies, Stuart James 2001 Tree mortality and growth in 11 sympatric Macaranga species in Borneo Ecology 82 (4): 920-932
  3. Esser, Hans-Joachim, 2002, A revision of Triadica lour. (Euphorbiaceae) Harvard Papers in Botany 7 (1) 17-21
  4. Hsu, Tsai-Wen, Tzen-Yuh Chiang and Ching-I Peng 2006 Croton bonplandianus Baillon (Euphorbiaceae), a Plant Newly Naturalized to Taiwan ESRI 8(1)︰77-82
  5. Kurosawa, Takahide 2006 The family Euphorbiaceae S. L. in Nepal a checklist and taxonomical notes Univ. Mus., Univ. Tokyo Bull. 42 155-367
  6. Park, Ki-Ryong and Anders Backlund 2002 Origin of the cyathium-bearing Euphorbieae (Euphorbiaceae): phylogenetic study based on morphological characters Bot. Bull. Acad. Sin. 43(1): 57-62
  7. Ramana, Munigela Venkat, potharaju Venu and Munivenkatappa Sanjappa 2015 On Roxburgh's Gelonium bifarium (Euphorbiaceae) from the Andaman and Nicobar Islands, India Phytotaxa 221(2) 181–187
  8. Sandhya., S, Chaintanya R. S. N. A. K. K, Vinod K. R1 , K. N. V Rao, David Banji, Sudhakar K, Swetha R 2012 An updated review on the Genus Glochidion Plant Scholars Research Library 2 (2):309-322
  9. Sierra, S. E. C. and Peter C. van Welzen 2005 A taxonomic revision of Mallotus section Mallotus (Euphorbiaceae) in Malesia Blumea 50: 249 – 274
  10. Sierra, S. E. C., M. Aparicio, M. J. H. Gebraad, K. K. M. Kulju and P. C. Van Welzen 2007 The morphological range in mallotus (Euphorbiaceae) and a taxonomic revision of its section Rottleropsis (including Axenfeldia) in Malesia, Thailand and Africa Blume 52 21-113
  11. Slik, J. W. F. and P. C. van Welzen 2001 A taxonomic revision of Mallotus sections Hancea and Stylanthus (Euphorbiaceae) Blume 46 3-66
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  14. Wurdack, Kenneth J., Petra Hoffmann and Mark W. Chase 2005 Molecular phylogenetic analysis of uniovulate Euphorbiaceae (Euphorbiaceae sensu stricto) using plastid RBCL and TRNL-F DNA sequences Am. J. Bot. 92 :8 1397-1420
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Acalypha Reference

  1. Cardinal-McTeague, Warren M. and Lynn J. Gillespie 2016 Molecular phylogeny and pollen evolution of Euphorbiaceae Tribe Plukenetieae Systematic Botany 41(2)329-347
  2. Chen, Shih-Huei, Jian-Yu Su and Ming-Jou Wu 2009 Notes on Two Newly Naturalized Plants in Taiwan: Evolvulus nummularius (L.) L. (Convolvulaceae) and Acalypha aristata Kunth (Euphorbiaceae) Taiwania 54(3): 273-278
  3. Huang, Shing-Fan and Tseng-Chieng Huang 1991 Notes on the Flora of Taiwan (10)—Acalypha brachystachya Hornem. and its related species (Euphorbiaceae) Taiwania 36:80-84
  4. Liu, Yeh-Ching, Chern-Hsiung Ou 1982 Contributions to the Dicotyledonous Plants of Taiwan (Ⅶ) Bullitin Exper. For. NCHU 4: 1-16 / Rosa sambusiana var. whshanianaMucuna tiawanianaPassiflora foetida var. tainanianaBegonia lukuanaAbutilon grandifoliumAbutilon hirtumSida javensis ssp. expilosaNicotiana alataDesmodium tortuosumAcalypha indica
  5. Sagun, Vernie G. & Geoffrey A. Levin 2007 Four new species of Acalypha (Euphorbiaceae) from Malesia BLUMEA 52: 351–359
  6. Sagun, V. G., G.A. Levin, P. C. van Welzen 2010 Revision and phylogeny of Acalypha (Euphorbiaceae) in Malesia Blumea 55: 21–60

Euphorbia Reference

  1. Bhellum, B. L. and Rani Magotra 2012 Flora of Outer Hills of Kashmir Himalayas (Jammu and Kashmir State) – Genus Euphorbia (Euphorbiaceae) International Journal of Scientific and Research Publications 2 (4) 1-3
  2. Cacho, N. Ivalú, Paul E. Berry, Mark E. Olson, Victor W. Steinmann, David A. Baum 2010 Are spurred cyathia a key innovation? Molecular systematics and trait evolution in the slipper spurges (Pedilanthus clade: Euphorbia, Euphorbiaceae) American Journal of Botany 97(3) 493-510
  3. Chen, Shih-Huei and Ming-Jou Wu 2004 Chamaesyce hypericifolia (L.) Millsp., A Newly Naturalized Spurge Species in Taiwan Taiwania 49(2): 102-108
  4. Lin, Shu-Chien, Shu-Miaw Chaw and Chang-Fu Hsieh 1991 A taxonomic study of the genus Chamaesyce S. F. Gray(Euphorbiaceae) in Taiwan Bot. Bull. Acad. Sin. 32:215-251
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  1. 薛恒钢、周颂东、何兴金、余岩 2007 中国大戟属13种15个居群的核型报道 植物分类学报 45(5) 619–626

Reference

Web Link

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