Identification Articles and DNA Research

Re-discovered species of Camellia krempfii

Re-discovered species of Camellia krempfii (Gagnep.) Sealy in Vietnam: a critique of Luong Van Duong, Truong Quang Cuong, Pham Huu Nhan, Le Nguyet Hai Ninh article, pp.139-141, International Camellia Society Journal (ICSJ) 2014, Journal Number 46

New yellow Camellia species from North Vietnam

Vietnam has suitable climatic conditions for the growth and development of the species in the Camellia genus.

Research in Molecular Characterization of Ornamental Camellias

This model proposes a group of genes, categorized into A, B, and C, a regulating master switch of floral organ identities.

A review of extant taxonomic systems

Comparisons between the taxonomic systems of Sealy, Chang & Bartholomew, Ming & Bartholomew and of the synopses of Ho and Gao indicate the existence of diametrical differences in approaches to the taxonomy of genus Camellia.

Differentiation of camellia specimens with morphological similarities using morphobotanic descriptors and SSR

Differentiation of camellia specimens with morphological similarities using morphobotanic descriptors and SSR

Characteristics of Inter-specific Hybrids of Camellia amplexicaulis

Camellia amplexicaulis is distributed in North Viet Nam and Hekou County, China. It is only now being used as a hybrid parent.

Variability of volatile components of C. azalea

The floral volatile compounds emitting at different stages of flower development and different parts of Camellia azalea were studied

Yellow Camellias of the Tam Dao National Park

8 yellow Camellias have been recorded at Tam Dao National Park in Vietnam

Variability of volatile components of Camellia azalea

The floral volatile compounds emitting at different stages of flower development and different parts of Camellia azalea Wei were studied

Six new yellow flowering Camellia species

Six new, yellow flowering species of Camellia (Theaceae), endemic to the southern provinces of Vietnam, were compared to one another and to nine Camellia species from Viet Nam and China.

Identification of Camellia nitidissima

The genetic variations among parents and their hybrids of Camellia nitidissima were analyzed using ISSR molecular marker.

Genetic Relationship among 29 Yellow Camellias

29 Samples of yellow camellias were analyzed by inter-simple sequence repeat (ISSR) markers to detect their genetic diversity and relationship.

Genetic diversity in Camellia japonica populations

Inter-simple sequence repeat (ISSR) markers were used to investigate its genetic diversity within and among thirteen natural populations of C.japonica in East China and Japan.

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

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).

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.

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.
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