Listing of Useful Plants of the World
NOTICE: Information on the background to this Listing is available. The analysis of numbers of papers/mentions over time was completed in 1997, using the Agricola database (1970-1996). Hard copies of the Listing (553 pages; over 4200 new crops listed with the analyses of numbers of papers over time included) are available from the publisher, Dr Rob Fletcher; see Advice on Publications Available.
The references listed below are from the Biological Abstracts database (1988-2000) and are courtesy of SilverPlatter Information. For more information re Silverplatter, go to www.silverplatter.com.
Analysis of numbers of papers/mentions over time(Agricola database 1970-1996):
Source: AGRICOLA database (1970-1996)
Common Name(s):chinese yellow berry
References(Biological Abstracts 1988-2000):
[These references are from the Biological Abstracts database and are courtesy of SilverPlatter Information. For more information re SilverPlatter, go towww.silverplatter.com. References are listed alphabetically by author within years, with most recent references first; addresses of author(s) have been included when available. To search within this page, we suggest using Find in Page, within the Edit menu of the Web Browser.]
Suzuki, W. (1993). Germination of Rubus palmatus var. coptophyllus and Rubus microphyllus seeds buried in soil for 7.5 years. Ecological Research 8(1): 107-110. Tohoku Research Cent., Forestry Forest Products Research Institute, Morioka, Iwate 020-01, Japan
Suzuki, W. (1990). Comparative ecology of Rubus spp. (Rosaceae): II. Reproductive characteristics of three Rubus spp., Rubus palmatus var. coptophyllus, Rubus microphyllus and Rubus crataegifolius. Plant Species Biology 5(2): 263-276.
Suzuki, W. (1989). Comparative ecology of Rubus spp. (Rosaceae): I. Ecological distribution and life history characteristics of three species, Rubus palmatus var. coptophyllus, Rubus microphyllus and Rubus crataegifolius. Plant Species Biology 2(1-2): 85-100.
Seto, T., T. Tanaka, et al. (1984). Beta-Glucosyl esters of 19-alpha-hydroxyursolic acid derivatives in leaves of Rubus species. Phytochemistry 23(12): 2829-2834.
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Latest update 30 January 2001 by:RF