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Studies on the Cruciferae of China. I



Studies on the Cruciferae of China. I



Bot Bull Acad Sinica 3(1): 16-28



The Cruciferae are represented in China by about 50 genera and 300 spp. The present paper deals with the genera Arabis and Draba, including 17 spp., 6 vars., 1 form and 1 prole. New is A. oxyota var. glabra Descr. and distr. are given for all spp. considered.

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