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Allozyme diversity in the endangered herb Lycoris sanguinea var. koreana (Amaryllidaceae)


, : Allozyme diversity in the endangered herb Lycoris sanguinea var. koreana (Amaryllidaceae). Annales Botanici Fennici 36(1): 1-7

Lycoris sanguinea var. koreana (Amaryllidaceae), a sexually and clonally reproducing herbaceous perennial, is distributed in a few localities in the southern Korea and Japan (Kyushu and Tsushima Island). Seven Korean populations of the variety were analysed by starch gel electrophoresis to measure genetic variation at 19 allozyme loci.


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