Note: Treatment in the genus Carex in need of revision.
If these materials are found again, their placement in the genus Carex needs to be reassessed.
Actually, assignment to genus Carex cannot be confidentially assessed without reevaluation of the original specimen.
Therefore, treatment in the genus Carex needs to be reevaluated.
Cytology, evolution and origin of the aneuploid series in the genus Carex.
Chromosome numbers and dimensions, species-formation and phylogeny in the genus Carex.
Chromosomal evolution in genus Carex as viewed from nuclear DNA content, with special reference to its aneuploidy.
Chromosome studies in the genus Carex with special reference to aneuploidy and polyploidy.
Cytology, evolution and the origin of the aneuploid series in the genus Carex.
The genus Carex in Indo-China, including Thailand and lower Burma.
Recognition of a close relationship between the species-rich genus Carex and four smaller genera in tribe Cariceae, and the hypothesis of a reduction series in inflorescence structure from Schoenoxiphium through Kobresia and Uncinia to Carex, dates to early classifications of the Cyperaceae (Kukenthal, 1909).
Characteristic values of key ecophysiological parameters in the genus Carex.
Chromosome numbers and dimensions, species formation and phylogeny in the genus Carex.
Chromosome numbers of four species of the genus Carex L.
Evidence for the hybrid origin of Curex knieskernii with comments on hybridization in the genus Carex.