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Yayan Feng, Leifeng Xu, Panpan Yang, Hua Xu, Yuwei Cao, Yuchao Tang, Suxia Yuan, and Jun Ming

Lilium davidii var. unicolor Salisb, known as the Lanzhou lily in Chinese, has been cultivated in China for nearly 500 years as a useful, but expensive vegetable. The main production area of Lanzhou lily is Lanzhou, Gansu Province; large

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Junyang Song

Lilies ( Lilium sp.), a world-famous flowering plant belonging to the Liliaceae Lilium , have a very high ornamental value and occupy an important position in the international flower industry ( Suh et al., 2013 ). The root system serves as a

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Guangxin Liu, Xiaoling Zhang, Yue Lan, Haoyang Xin, Fengrong Hu, Zhuhua Wu, Jisen Shi, and Mengli Xi

.P. Lei, J.J. Zhen, Y. Gao, Y.F. 2009 Study on karyotypes of Lilium species native to northeast China J. Jilin Agr. Univ. 31 711 716 Smyth, D.R. Kongsuwan, K. Wisdharomn, S. 1989 A survey of C-band patterns in chromosomes of Lilium (Liliaceae) Plant

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Shujun Zhou, Xin Tan, Liqin Fang, Jia Jian, Ping Xu, and Guoliang Yuan

Modern lily cultivars originate from hybridization of Lilium of Liliaceae. The genus contains ≈80 wild species classified into seven sections: Lilium, Martagon, Pseudolirium, Archelirion, Sinomartagon, Leucolirion, and Oxypetala ( De Jong, 1974

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James Robert Ault and Sandy S. Siqueira

. Literature Cited Adams, R.M. Dress, W.J. 1982 Nodding Lilium species of eastern North America Liliaceae Baileya 21 165 188 Chang, C. Chen, C.-T. Tsai, Y.-C. Chang, W.-C. 2000

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Shujun Zhou, Guixue Zhou, and Kehu Li

Lily is an important ornamental crop worldwide. Modern lily cultivars originated from wild species of the genus Lilium L. of the family Liliaceae ( McRae, 1990 , 1998 ; Van Tuyl et al., 2000 , 2002a , 2002b ). Most of them are classified into

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Gyeong Ran Do, Ju Hee Rhee, Wan Soon Kim, Yun Im Kang, In Myung Choi, Jeom Hwa Han, Hyun Hee Han, Su Hyun Ryu, and Han Chan Lee

The genus Lilium of the family Liliaceae comprises more than 100 species that are divided into seven sections. A great diversity of flower color, shape, fragrance, and other phenotypic and physiological characteristics is found in the wild species

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Xiuli Shen, Guochen Yang, and Zhongge (Cindy) Lu

beneficial effect of IBA on rooting was noted previously in the other species of the Liliaceae family such as Lilium longiflorum Thunb (easter lily) ( Hashem et al., 2006 ); Lilium davidii ( Liu, 2011 ); Asparagus racemosus (L) ( Sharan et al., 2011

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Ying Kong, Ming Sun, Hui-tang Pan, and Qi-xiang Zhang

study floral scent because numerous cultivars vary in morphology and fragrance. Previous studies on the floral scent compositions of Lilium auratum (belonging to the oriental section) and Lilium ‘Casa Blanca’ (an oriental hybrid lily) reported that

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Neil O. Anderson, Adnan Younis, and Ye Sun

differentiation and diversity of Taiwan lily ( Lilium longiflorum var. formosanum ; Liliaceae) using RAPD markers and morphological characters Intl. J. Plant Sci. 162 287 295 Wilkins, H.F. Roh, S.M. 1976 Even higher flower