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Paeonia-Literatur 1999

Author? Zhonguo Mudan Sheying Zhenpin Ji, 1999, The Oriental Press, 166 Chaonei Dajie, Beijing 100706, Fax 0086-10-65598165. ISBN 7-5060-1243-X

Anderson, Roger (1999) Growing Up with the Intersectional Hybrid . American Peony Society Bulletin 312, December 1999 pp. 13-14.

Baek,-N.I.; Bang,-M.H.; Song,-J.C.; Lee,-S.Y.; Park,-N.K. 1999 N-feruloylserotonin, antioxidative component from the seed of Carthamus tinctorius L. The-Korean-Society-of-Agricultural-Chemistry-and-Biotechnology. (Nov 1999). v. 42(4) p. 366-368..(Korean)

Baumann, H, 1999, Paeonia p. 94, 100-101 in: Die griechische Pflanzenwelt in Mythos, Kunste und Literatur , 4. Aufl. München, Hirmer ISBN 3-7774-6100-8 (contains good colour-pictures of the greek peonies)

Cheng F.Y. and N. Aoki, Endosperm Development and Its Relationship to Embryo Development in Blotched Tree peony (Peeonia rockii ) Bull.Fac.Life Env, Sci. Shimane Univ., 4:7-11,1999

Cheng JT, Wang CJ, Hsu FL. Paeoniflorin reverses guanethidine-induced hypotension via activation of central adenosine A1 receptors in Wistar rats. Clin Exp Pharmacol Physiol. 1999 Oct;26(10):815-6.

Der Garten von Eichstätt, Das Pflanzenbuch von Basilius Besler. Mit einer Einführung von Klaus Walter Littger und botanischen Erläuterungen von Werner Dressendörfer. Taschen, Köln, London, Madrid, New York, Paris, Tokyo 1999 ISBN 3-8228-6576-1

Ding HY, Wu YC, Lin HC, Chan YY, Wu PL, Wu TS, 1999, Glycosides from Paeonia-Suffruticosa (English), Chemical & Pharmaceutical Bulletin 1999, vol. 47, iss. 5 pp. 652-655

Fearnley- Whittinstall, Jane, 1999 Peonies. Weidenfeld & Nicholson, London, ISBN 0-297-82424-4. about 300 pages 23x16 description of about 1300 cultivars (En)

Tank, David C. & Sang, Tao: EVOLUTION OF THE GPAT GENE IN PAEONIA (PAEONIACEAE) Dept. of Botany & Plant Pathology, Michigan State University, East Lansing, MI 48824. XVI International Botanical Congess Abstract Number: 3414 Poster No. = 758

Gao-Zhimin 1999, Effects of substrate warming on the growth and development of tree peony. original title: Jizhi jiawen dui mudan cuihua de yingxiang. Beijing Forestry Univ., Beijing (China). Coll. of Landscape Architecture, Journal-of-Beijing-Forestry-University (China). Beijing Linye Daxue Xuebao (China). (Nov 1999). v. 21(6) p. 22-27.. 4 tables; 4 ill., 3 ref. Summaries (En, Zh). (Chinese)

GoodW , DaphnisN,1999,Nassos Daphnis - A Life for Art and Peonies/ Ein Leben für Kunst und Päonien,

Goto H, Shimada Y, Tanaka N, Tanigawa K, Itoh T, Terasawa K. Effect of extract prepared from the roots of Paeonia lactiflora on endothelium-dependent relaxation and antioxidant enzyme activity in rats administered high-fat diet. Phytother Res. 1999 Sep;13(6):526-8.

Halda, J. J. & Horacek, L.:1999 New descriptions and combinations ...... Paeonia lutea subsp. ludlowii (Stern & Taylor) J. J. Halda; in Acta Musei Richnoviensis, Sect. Nat., 6(3): 1999, p. 234. ISBN 80-86076-17-2

HongDY,1999,A revision of the P. suffruticosa complex,Nordic Journal of Botany 19(3), 289-299.

Hong, D.-Y. & Pan, K.-Y.: Taxonomical history and revision of Paeonia sect. Moutan (Paeoniaceae); in: Zhiwu Fenlei Xuebao [Acta Phytotaxonomica Sinica], 37 (4): 1999, pp. 351 – 368.

Jin-Xinming; Zheng-Guanghua 1999, The characteristics in seed germination and dormancy of four wild species of tree peonies and their bearing on endangerment. original title: 4 zhong yesheng mudan zhongzi xiumian he mengfa texing ji yu qi zhi bin de guanxi. Academia Sinica, Beijing (China). Inst. of Botany, Acta-Phytophysiologica-Sinica (China). Zhiwu Shengli Xuebao (China). (Aug 1999). v. 25(3) p. 214-221.. 4 tables; 1 ill., 10 ref. Summaries (En, Zh). (English)

Kaitera,-J.; Seitamaki,-L.; Hantula,-J.; Jalkanen,-R.; Kurkela,-T. 1999 Inoculation of known and potential alternate hosts with Peridermium pini and Cronartium flaccidum aeciospores. Finnish Forest Research Institute, Rovaniemi Research Station, P.O. Box 16, FIN-96301 Rovaniemi (Finland) Mycological-Research (United Kingdom). (1999). v. 103(2) p. 235-241.. 27 ref. (English)

Li, Jiajue, 1999, Zhonguo mudan Yu Shaoyao. China Forestry Publishing house, 7 , Liuhai Hutong, West City District, Beijin 10009?) ISBN 7-5058-2107-8/S

Li JJ (1999) Distribution and taxonomy in Paeonia spp. (in Chinese). In: Li JJ (ed) Zhonguo mudan Yu Shaoyao. [Chinese tree peony and herbaceous peonies]. China Forestry Press, Beijing, pp 25–47

Muhammad,P.; Ahmad,S.; Rubnawaz,H.; Ullah,N.; Malik,A.; New monoterpene glycosides from Paeonia emodi. Zeitschrift fur Naturforschung Section B-A Journal of Chemical Sciences 1999 54(4) p. 544-548 (EN)

Osti, G.Lupo.1999 The Book Of Tree Peonies - · 128 pages · 242 color photos · 31x21 · 152 varities of tree peonies are discribed and illustrated in full color · english

Radler, William J. (1999) Winter Hardiness for Tree Peonies, American Peony Society Bulletin

Rieck I ,1999,Pflanzen im Tal der neun Dörfer,Gartenpraxis 3:56-60

Samuelsson, L.-E., Schenkmanis, U. Pioner, 135 pages illustrated, Carlssons Stockholm 1999. ISBN: 91-7203-322-3

Sánchez-Lafuente, A. M., Rey, P. J., Alcántara, J. M. and Valera, F. 1999. Pollination ecology and the role of flower visitors in a "few-flowered" perennial herb Paeonia broteroi (Boiss. & Reut.) Paeoniaceae. – Écoscience 6: 163-172.

Schmitt, Eric, 1999 , Les Pivoines. Étude systematique du genre Paeonia L. 11e partie. Plantes de Montagne . 189: 501-508

Seidl, Bill (1999) Fifty Years of Intersectional Breeding. American Peony Society Bulletin 312, December 1999 pp. 25-32

Song,-J.C.; Lee,-S.Y.; Park,-N.K.; Bang,-M.H.; Baek,-N.I. 1999 Isolation and structure determination of antioxidants from the root of Paeonia lactiflora., The-Korean-Society-of-Agricultural-Chemistry-and-Biotechnology. (May 1999). v. 42(2) p. 170-175.. (Korean)

Sun-Wenji; Jian-Guiliang, 1999 Preliminary identification of causal organisms of peony root rot in Heze area of Shandong Province [China]. original title: Shandong Heze diqu moudan genfubing bingyuan zhengjun de fenli jianding. Acta-Phytopathologica-Sinica (China). Zhiwu Bingli Xuebao (China). (May 1999). v. 29(2) p. 177-180.. (Chinese)

Wilmarth Larry & Wilmarth Judith (1999) Growing Peonies in Alaska . American Peony Society Bulletin 312, December 1999 pp. 22-24

Yuan-Tao 1999, Discussion on pollen morphology of several tree peony wild species and its evolution and taxonomy. original title: Jige mudan yeshengzhong de huafen xingtai ji qi yanhua, fenlei de tantao. Beijing Forestry Univ., Beijing (China). Coll. of Landscape Architecture, Journal-of-Beijing-Forestry-University (China). Beijing Linye Daxue Xuebao (China). (Jan 1999). v. 21(1) p. 17-21.. 3 tables; 2 ill., 7 ref. Summaries (En, Ch).

Zaal Gamtsemlidze, Marina Eristavi, Tsira Mikatadze-Pantsulaia, Lia Kobakhidze, REPRODUCTION BIOLOGY AND CONSERVATION OF CAUCASIAN ENDEMIC SPECIES PAEONIA CAUCASICA SCHIPCZ. AND HELLEBORUS CAUCASICUS A. BR. Institute of Botany, Georgian Academy of Sciences, Kojori Road, 380007, Tbilisi, Georgia XVI International Botanical Congess Abstract Number: 4348 Poster No. = 1286

ZhangD , SangT, 1999 Physical mapping of ribosomal RNA genes in peonies (Paeonia) by fluorescent in situ hybridization: Implications for phylogeny and concerted evolution, Am J Botany vol. 86, iss. 5, pp.735-740 (Laboratory of Systematic and Evolutionary Botany, Chinese Academy of Sciences, Beijing 100093, China Department of Botany and Plant Pathology, Michigan State University, East Lansing, Michigan 48824.) [Abstract: Physical maps of the 18S-5.8S-26S ribosomal RNA genes (rDNA) were generated by fluorescent in situ hybridization for five diploid Paeonia species, P. delavayi and P. rockii of section Moutan, and P. emodi, P. tenuifolia, and P. veitchii of section Paeonia. Of five pairs of mitotic chromosomes, rDNA loci were mapped near the telomeres of chromosomes 3, 4, and 5 of P. rockii and P. tenuifolia, chromosomes 2, 3, 4, and 5 of P. delavayi, and all five pairs of chromosomes of P. emodi and P. veitchii. Combining this information with the previously obtained rDNA maps of P. brownii and P. californica of section Oneapia, we hypothesized that the most recent common ancestor of extant peony species had three rDNA loci located on chromosomes 3, 4, and 5. Increase in number of rDNA loci occurred later in each of the three sections, and the increase from three to four loci represents a parallel gain of an rDNA locus on chromosome 2 in P. delavayi of section Moutan and P. brownii of section Oneapia. The increase in number of rDNA loci likely resulted from the translocation of rDNA repeats from chromosomes bearing rDNA loci to chromosomes without them; such translocation is probably facilitated by the telomeric location of rDNA loci. For allotetraploid peony species lacking polymorphism in sequences of the internal transcribed spacers (ITS) of rDNA, the rDNAs derived from divergent diploid parents may have been homogenized through concerted evolution among at least six rDNA loci in the allotetraploids. Chromosomal location of rDNA loci has a more substantial impact on the tempo of concerted evolution than the number of loci.]

Zhou SL, Hong DY, Pan KY, 1999, Pollination Biology of Paeonia- Jishanensis Hong T. and Zhao W.Z. (Paeoniaceae) with Special Emphasis on Pollen and Stigma Biology, Botanical Journal of the Linnean Society vol. 30, iss. 5 pp 735-740

Zhou, S.-L., Hong, D.-Y. & Pan, K.-Y.:1999 Pollination biology of Paeonia jishanensis T. Hong & W. Z. Zhao (Paeoniaceae), with special emphasis on pollen and stigma biology; in Botanical Journal of the Linnaean Society, 30(1): May 1999, pp. 43 - 52.

Zou, Y.-P., Cai, M.-L. & Wang, Z.-P.: 1999 Systematic studies on Paeonia sect. Moutan DC. based on RAPD analysis; in Zhiwu Fenlei Xuebao [Acta Phytotaxonomica Sinica], 37 (3): 1999, pp. 220 - 227.

Carsten Burkhardt's Web Project Paeonia - The Peony Library

ano_finnland7 index 0602 boreas2

Paeonia-Literatur 1999