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Identification Articles and DNA Research

The origin of Camellia wabisuke

Camellia wabisuke 'Tarôkaja' is considered to be the F1 hybrid between C. pitardii and C. japonica which originated before 1695

Morphological differentiation in floral buds of Camellia azalea

The results show that the flower buds start differentiation in succession from May to September

DNA of ChuXiong population of Camellia reticulata

Camellia reticulata DNA of the Chuxiong population of camellias

Hybridization of Camellia species

In total 623 flowers were pollinated in 137 combinations, in which 129 combinations were interspecific crosses. However, only 14 crosses obtained capsules.

Study of Camellia liberofilamenta

Camellia liberofilamenta is the most northerly distributed species of the Sect Chrysantha, the yellow camellia section.

Pollen Morphology of Camellia rosthorniana

The pollen morphology of Camellia rosthorniana ‘Tianshan fen’ was investigated under scanning electronic microscope,and the pollen vitality and storage capacity of the pollens were characterized by using in-vitro culture.

Cloning of Chalcone Isomerase gene

In this study, a full-length cDNA sequence of chalcone isomerase (CHI) gene was obtained from the petals of C. nitidissima.

Pseudopollen in Camellias

The genus Camellia is economically the most important one in Theaceae, pollen research is thus of much significance for breeding new cultivars as well as for classification.

Release of Volatile Compounds in an Aromatic Camellia Cultivar

The ultrastructure of cells in the fragrant Camellia japonica ‘Kramer’s Supreme’ was observed under the Transmission Electron Microscopy (TEM).

A gene related to yellow flowers in Camellia nitidissima

These results showed that CnFLS may play an important role in the flower color determination and it can be used to bleach or deepen the flower color by transgenic technology
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