J Syst Evol ›› 1984, Vol. 22 ›› Issue (1): 57-63.

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On the Chinese Species of Passifloraceae

Bao Shi-Ying   

  1. (Kunming Institute of Botany, Academia Sinica)
  • Online:1984-02-18 Published:1984-02-18

Abstract: The present paper is an outcome of taxonomic study of Chinese passifloraceous plants. It contains 2 genera, 23 species, 2 varieties and 7 cultivarieties, of which one species is described as new and two are first recorded from China. The Chinese passifloraceous plants are mainly distributed in Yunnan (2 gen. 16 sp.), Guangdong (2 gen. 9sp.) and Guangxi (2 gen. 8 sp.).

Key words: Passifloraceae, Passiflora, Adenia

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