著者
Yasuro Kadono Tomoyoshi Noda Kazumasa Tsubota Kohtaroh Shutoh Takashi Shiga
出版者
The Japanese Society for Plant Systematics
雑誌
Acta Phytotaxonomica et Geobotanica (ISSN:13467565)
巻号頁・発行日
vol.70, no.2, pp.129-134, 2019-06-30 (Released:2019-07-10)

An alien member of the Utricularia (Lentibulariaceae) discovered in Japan is currently assigned to U. inflata, a native of North America. However, some morphological traits differ between the plants in Japan and U. inflata, including the apex of the floral spur and filament of the stamens. The alien plants are completely sterile, while U. inflata is capable of seed production. DNA analysis revealed that the chloroplast DNA sequences of the alien also differ from those of U. inflata in four regions. We provisionally determine the alien plants to be U. cf. platensis, a South American species with which it shares many traits.

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外来種エフクレタヌキモの特徴。Kadono et al. 2019. (英語論文、オープンアクセス) https://t.co/IewjTS5rK5 外来種であるエフクレタヌキモについて、形態情報や遺伝情報の特徴が記載されています。
#OSA業績 (大阪市立自然史博物館植物標本庫を活用した業績です)J-STAGE Articles - The Identity of an Alien <i>Utricularia </i>(Lentibulariaceae)… https://t.co/xBzYzMp5HV
The Identity of an Alien Utricularia (Lentibulariaceae) Naturalized in Japan https://t.co/pugy57SjTD 外来植物のエフクレタヌキモの同定した論文です。 #OSA業績

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