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revision of the genus Rhododendron in Japan, Taiwan, Korea and Sakhalin

Takashi Yamazaki

revision of the genus Rhododendron in Japan, Taiwan, Korea and Sakhalin

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Published by Tsumura Laboratory in Tokyo .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Botany -- Japan.,
  • Botany -- Korea.,
  • Botany -- Russia (Federation) -- Sakhalinskai︠a︡ oblast.́,
  • Botany -- Taiwan.,
  • Ericaceae -- Japan -- Classification.,
  • Ericaceae -- Korea -- Classification.,
  • Ericaceae -- Russia (Federation) -- Sakhalinskai︠a︡ oblast -- Classification.,
  • Ericaceae -- Taiwan -- Classification.

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references (p. 149-150) and indexes.

    StatementTakasi Yamazaki.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsQK495.E68 Y35 1996
    The Physical Object
    Paginationv, 179 p., [2] p. of plates :
    Number of Pages179
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL17121491M
    ISBN 104924876021

    Japanese Holly (Ilex crenata)- Popular as a bonsai plant, this species is native to China, Japan, Korea, Sakhalin, and Taiwan, and is also known as the box-leaved holly. It has black berry-like drupes, and glossy, dark-green leaves. Lobaria (Schreb.) Hoffm is a common foliose lichen genus found on the Korean Peninsula, yet until now, no revision study has been done on this genus. After careful examination of specimens deposited in the Korean Lichen Research Institute (KoLRI), nine distinct species of Lobaria were confirmed. Morphological characteristics such as the presence or absence of isidia, or whether or not the Cited by: 6. Rhododendron (from Ancient Greek ῥόδον rhódon "rose" and δένδρον déndron "tree") is a genus of 1, species of woody plants in the heath family (Ericaceae), either evergreen or deciduous, and found mainly in Asia, although it is also widespread throughout the Southern Highlands of the Appalachian Mountains of North is the national flower of Nepal.


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revision of the genus Rhododendron in Japan, Taiwan, Korea and Sakhalin by Takashi Yamazaki Download PDF EPUB FB2

A Revision of the genus Rhododendron in Japan, Taiwan, Korea and Sakhalin Takasi Yamazaki Tsumura Laboratory, cCited by: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Yamazaki, Takashi, Revision of the genus Rhododendron in Japan, Taiwan, Korea and Sakhalin.

Tokyo: Tsumura Laboratory, ©   Yamazaki T () A revision of the genus Rhododendron in Japan, Taiwan, Korea, and Sakhalin. Tsumura Laboratory, Tokyo Google Scholar Zhou H, Liao J, Xia YP, Tang YW () Determination of genetic relationships between evergreen azalea cultivars in. Development and characterization of EST‐SSR markers for the genus Rhododendron section Brachycalyx (Ericaceae) A Revision of the Genus Rhododendron in Japan, Taiwan, Korea and Sakhalin.

Isolation and characterization of 19 novel microsatellite loci in Rhododendron aureum and Primers for amplifying 19 microsatellite loci from Rhododendron aureum and Rhododendron brachycarpum, including primer names T. YamazakiA Revision of the Genus Rhododendron in Japan, Taiwan, Korea and Sakhalin.

Kokusai Bunken Insatsusha, Tokyo Cited by: 2. Rhododendron subgenus Tsutsusi (Rhodoreae, Ericoideae, Ericaceae), commonly known as evergreen azaleas, includes approximately deciduous and evergreen species from Japan, China and northeastern by: 8. Rhododendron subgenus Tsutsusi (Rhodoreae, Ericoideae, Ericaceae), commonly known as evergreen azaleas, includes approximately deciduous and evergreen species from Japan, China and northeastern Asia.

Subgenus Tsutsusi has been divided into two sections, Brachycalyx and Tsutsusi, based on characteristics of the leaves, young twigs and corolla. Pigment Composition Patterns and Expression of Anthocyanin Biosynthesis Genes in Rhododendron kiusianum, R. kaempferi, and their A revision of the genus Rhododendron in Japan, Taiwan, Korea, and Sakhalin.

Tokyo: Tsumura and their Natural Hybrids on Kirishima Mountain Mass, Japan. Journal of the Japanese Society for Horticultural Science Cited by: 5. Plants belonging to the Rhododendron subgenera Pentanthera (deciduous) and Tsutsusi and Azaleastrum (evergreen) are called azaleas. Concerning their mutual phylogenetic positions, the Pentanthera subgenus is closer to evergreen rhododendrons (subgenera Rhododendron and Hymenanthes) than to the Tsutsusi subgenus.

Both azalea types are important ornamentals Cited by: 5. @inproceedings{HangComparisonOM, title={Comparison of morphological characteristics of rhododendron simsii planch. Distributed in vietnam and Japan}, author={Nguyen Thi Thu Hang and Ikuo Miyajima and Kenji Ureshino and Jun Ichiro Masuda and Hiroshi Okubo}, year={} }.

There are many azalea species found in Japan, all belonging to the genus Rhododendron (Ericaceae). In particular, many species of evergreen azaleas are recognized as native in Japan (Kunishige and Kobayashi, ).Cited by: Evergreen azalea cultivars as the important ornamental shrubs and pot plants have been developed based on the genetic resources of Japanese wild azaleas.

Rhododendron ripense Makino is one of the representative wild azalea species endemic to West Japan and the ancestral parent of evergreen azalea cultivars. Introduction. Rhododendron kiusianum Makino is endemic to the upper areas of the Kirishima Mountains in Kyushu, Japan, and R.

kaempferi Planch. is the most commonly occurring species at the bottom of these mountains. Putative natural hybrid populations of the two species are found in the intermediate region and have many flower colors and morphological variations (Sakata et al., ).Cited by: 3.

Familia: Ericaceae Subfamilia: Ericoideae Tribus: Rhodoreae Genus: Rhododendron Subgenus: R. subg. Azaleastrum Sectio: R. sect. Tsutsusi Species: Rhododendron. FENNICI Vol. 44 • Revision of some taxa of Rhododendron sect.

Tsutsusi 19 distinct and proposed R. guizhongense as its new name. Geng () treated R. polyraphidodeum var. montanum and R.

viscigemmatum as syno- nyms of R. chunii, and R. subenerve as a syno- nym of R. () described the style of R. tsoi as glabrous, but the illustration showed.

A Revision of the Genus Rhododendron in Japan, Taiwan, Korea and Sakhalin by Takasi Yamazaki A Revision of the Genus Rhododendron in Japan, Taiwan, Korea and Sakhalin by Takasi Yamazaki. A TAXONOMIC REVISION OF RHODODENDRON SUBG.

TSUTSUSI SECT. BRACHYCALYX (ERICACEAE)1 Jin Xiao-Feng,2 Ding Bing-Yang,3 Zhang Yue-Jiao,4 and Hong De-Yuan5 ABSTRACT Section Brachycalyx Sweet comprises nearly 30 species in Rhododendron L. subg. Tsutsusi (Sweet) Pojark. (Ericaceae) and is mainly distributed from China to Japan as well as eastern Size: 4MB.

FENNICI Vol. 46 • Rhododendron yunyianum, a new species from China Table 1. Comparison of morphological characters among Rhododendron yunyianum, R. taipaoense and R. simsii. Character R. simsii R. yunyianum R. taipaoense Indumentum of young shoots compressed strigose densely strigose and spreading setose and.

Taiwan specimens had been collected, as a result, R. tashiroi was excluded from the Flora of Taiwan (Li et al., ). However, the first record of R. farrerae was Kawakami (), published in “A list of Plants of Formosa”. Recently, Yamazaki () revised the genus Rhododendron in Japan, Taiwan, Korea and Sakhalin.

Asano M. Taxonomic notes on some malachiid beetles of Taiwan, with description of a new species of the genus Intybia Pascoe (Coleoptera: Malachiidae).

Japanese Journal of Systematic Entomology 21 (1): 77– Asano M. & Kawashima I. Discovery of the genus Dicranolaius (Coleoptera, Malachiidae) from Japan with description of a new Author: Hiroshi Ikeda, Hiroyuki Yoshitomi.

Retrieved from "?title=Rhododendron_sect._Sciadorhodion&oldid=". Rhododendron indicum and its relative, R. kaempferi are deciduous or semi-evergreen species endemic in Japan. Rhododendron indicum is distributed in Cited by: 4.

Introgressive hybridization between Rhododendron kiusianum and R. kaempferi (Ericaceae) in Kyushu, Japan based on chloroplast DNA markers.

Edinburgh Journal of Botany 4. Yamazaki T () A revision of the genus Rhododendron in Japan, Taiwan, Korea, and Sakhalin.

Tokyo, Tsumura Laboratory. Introduction. In Japan, old azalea cultivars have been developed since the Edo era (i.e., –) from the natural populations of a variety of species of the Rhododendron subgenus Tsutsusi, section Tsutsusi (Ericaceae), for example, R.

kaempferi, R. macrosepalum, R. indicum, and R. ripense (Kobayashi et al., ; Kunishige and Kobayashi, ; Kurashige and Kobayashi, ).Cited by: 3. Introduction.

Species of the genus Rhododendron (Ericaceae), subgenus Tsutsusi, section Tsutsusi are important genetic resources for evergreen azalea cultivars used as ornamental shrubs or potted azaleas in many regions worldwide, including Asia, Europe, and America.

Japan has many wild evergreen azalea species, and hundreds of azalea cultivars have been selected from natural populations of Cited by: 1.

Revision of the genus Athanas of Japan and the Ryukyu Islands, with description of a new ) species (Crustacea, Decapoda, Alpheidae) Yasuhiko MIYA and Sadayoshi MIYAKE Zoological Laboratory, Faculty of Agriculture, Kyushu University, Fukuoka (Received Septem ) There have been taken from Japan and the Ryukyu Islands six species of the.

Taiwania, 50(3):Carex scaposa C. Clarke (Cyperaceae): A New Record to the Flora of Taiwan Sheng-Zehn Yang (1,2) and Chien-Fan Chen(1) (Manuscript received 5 May, ; accepted 24 May, ) ABSTRACT: Carex scaposa C. Clarke (Cyperaceae) is a new record to the Flora of Taiwan.

It was collected from the eastern face of the Central Range, southern Taiwan, at an elevation. Species of the genus Rhododendron are widely distributed between latitudes 80°N and 20°S and are native to areas from North America to Europe, Russia, and Asia, and from Greenland to Queensland, Australia and the Solomon : Tracheophytes.

Section Brachycalyx Sweet comprises nearly 30 species in Rhododendron L. subg. Tsutsusi (Sweet) Pojark. (Ericaceae) and is mainly distributed from China to Japan as well as eastern Asia. A taxonomic revision of section Brachycalyx is proposed and eight species with one subspecies are recognized.

Rhododendron dilatatum Miq. var. decandrum Makino is newly recognized at the new rank of Cited by: 1. Yamazaki T () A revision of the genus Rhododendron in Japan, Taiwan, Korea, and Sakhalin. Tokyo, Tsumura Laboratory. Kobayashi N, Oji M, Ureshino K, Nakatsuka A, Hosoki T () Evaluation of genetic resources of Rhododendronripense Makino in San-in area, Japan, based on morphological characters and chloroplast DNA polymorphism Author: Nobuo Kobayashi, Kyoko Sugai, Tomoyuki Tsuji, Akira Nakatsuka.

The hardiest are hardy to F and some are only hardy to +30F. Since they bloom fairly late, it is best to plant in partial shade. The Gumpo azaleas are popular Satsuki azaleas in the US. This is a huge family of plants, most of which were hybridized in Japan. [Return to Top] Kurume azaleas which originated in Japan are hardy to Zone 7, +5° F.

Reconsideration of Prunus sargentii complex in Korea - with respect to P. sargentii and P. takesimensis - 형태형질을 근간으로 한 Prunus sargentii complex의 재고 - 산. In he collected in Japan near Yokohama and later round Nagasaki. Later in he explored Formosa (Taiwan) and discovered Rhododendron oldhamii. In Charles Maries, a foreman of the nursery firm of James Veitch, left for the Far East and was away for three years.

He spent most of his time collecting in Japan. Vol. 3: Year Back to Article Lists. Taiwanese Treasures. Dave Dougan Malahat, British Columbia, Canada. Western Gardeners benefited a great deal from the introduction in of the remarkable species Rhododendron yakushimanum, and although it took 20 years for it to become generally available, it has remained a highly prized rhododendron.

For obvious reasons its value as. U.S. National Plant Germplasm System COVID Update, Ma Shipments may be delayed requesting germplasm, scientists should consider their capacity to receive it. Rhododendron subsection Brachycalyx is a subsection of the genus Rhododendron, in section Tsutsusi, subgenus Azaleastrum, consisting of fifteen species Family: Ericaceae.

Subgenus Tsutsusi is found in the maritime regions of East Asia (Japan, Korea, Taiwan, East China), but not in North America or Eurasia. Description Rhododendron is a genus of shrubs and small to (rarely) large trees, the smallest species growing to 10 - tall, and the largest, R.

protistum var. giganteum, reported to 30 m tall. Searching for new populations of the stunning Rhododendron pachysanthum in the Taiwanese | Check out 'Exploring the Rhododendrons of Taiwan' on Indiegogo.

keiskei (Keisk rhododendron) – 2', F. It grows no higher than 2 1/2 feet tall and has yellow flowers 2 inches across. Its oval, pointed evergreen leaves, about 2 inches long, are olive green on top, rusty brown on the undersides; in autumn, they turn bronze red.

Korean Rhododendron is a deciduous shrub with lovely, early spring flowers. Plant some in a grouping in your front yard for a spectacular, early spring display. These would also be a terrific shrub border for your side yard, or even just one near a window would be a delightful way to watch spring welcomed in.5/5(1).

The genus Rhododendron L. is one of the largest genera of the family Ericaceae with many ornamental species with high horticultural value (Fang, ). The genus consists of about species and is distributed in Asia, Europe and North America.

So far, species have been recorded in China, of which are endemic (Fang et al., ). The.Hydrangea (/ h aɪ ˈ d r eɪ n dʒ i ə /; common names hydrangea or hortensia) is a genus of 70–75 species of flowering plants native to Asia and the Americas.

By far the greatest species diversity is in eastern Asia, notably Korea, China, and Japan. Most are shrubs 1 to 3 meters tall, but some are small trees, and others lianas reaching up to 30 m (98 ft) by climbing up : Hydrangeaceae.Rhododendron, Japanese Azalea 'Noids' Rhododendron japonicum.

1 more photos VIEW GALLERY. View gallery. Family: Ericaceae (er-ek-AY-see-ee) Genus: Rhododendron (roh-do-DEN-dron) Species: japonicum (juh-PON-ih-kum) Cultivar: Noids» View all varieties of Azaleas and Rhododendrons.

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