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Chenia: Volume 1 [Chinese]

Proceedings Journal / Magazine
By: Wang Fu-Hsiung(Preface By)
134 pages, b/w illustrations, tables
Chenia: Volume 1 [Chinese]
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Language: Chinese with English summaries

Chenia volume 1 is a special issue containing the proceedings of the first Chinese Bryology Symposium, held August 26-28, 1992, in Beijing, China.

Contents

- Preface / Wang Fu-Hsiung
- A Review and the Prospect of Bryological Research in China / Wu Pan-Cheng   1
- Some Moss Species New to China / Gao Chien, Cao Tong and Fu Xing   7
- On the Situation and Prospects of the Antarctic Bryophytes / Hu Shun-Shi   11
- The Morphology of Moss Spores / Zhang Yu-Long   19
- Some components on Bryophyic Chemistry / He Guan-Fu   25
- Cytological Observation of 10 Species of Bryophytes / Zhou Yun-Long, Zeng Song, Ni Xi-Jun, Yao Lu-Kun, Zou Qing-Lian and Wu Pan-Cheng   37
- Effects of Plant Growth Regulators on the Growth of Winter Host Mosses for Gall Aphids /  Li Qing and Liu Ying-Di   43
- The Moss Communities in Karst Caves of Maolan, Lipo County, Guizhou /  Zhang Zhao-Hui   51
- An Analysis of the Responses of Sphagnum-dominated bogs to Environmental Gradients /  He Xia-Lan and Aur Zhi-Wen   57
- A Study on the Bacteriostasis of Chalconoids in Thuidium kanedae Sak / Zheng Wei-Fa   63
- A Brief Introduction of the Geographical Distribution of Meteoriaceae in China / Lou Jian-Xin   67
- New Records of Hepaticae from Hengduan Mountains, Southwest China / Wang Mei-Zhi   75
- The Bryoflora of Inner Mongolia / Bai Xue-Liang   83
- A Preliminary Study on the Bryophytes of Eastern Section of Tianshan Mountains, Northwest China / Zhao Jian-Cheng   99
- An Investigation of the Bryoflora of Mt. Kunyu, Shandong Province, East China / Zhao Zun-Tian, Fan Shou-Jin, Wei Fang-Pei and Lu Kui-Lin   113
- A Preliminary Study of Hepaticae from Mt. Jiuwan of Guangxi, South China / Wang Mei-Zhi   125
- Current Chinese Bryological Literature II / Lin Pang-Juan and Zhang Li   133
- Member List of the Committee on Bryophytes, Chinese Botanical Society
- Editor's Note

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Proceedings Journal / Magazine
By: Wang Fu-Hsiung(Preface By)
134 pages, b/w illustrations, tables
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