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Why Korean taxonomic projects fail now : the present status and operating aspects of herbaria in Korea

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Authors
Chang, Chin-Sung
Issue Date
2000
Publisher
The Arboretum, Seoul National University
Citation
Bulletin of the Seoul National University Arboretum, no.20, pp.95-103
Abstract
Korea is geographically and floristically diverse, with over 2,500 species documented as occurring in Korea. Our flora is most closely related to the northeastern and central Chinese and Japanese flora. A simple examination of the regional arrangement of peninsula helps us picture several possible transmigration routes of plants during the Tertiary and the Quaternary time. Northeast Chinese and Russian elements migrated into Korean high mountains, while many species entered southeastern part of Korea including island Cheju...
ISSN
1226-7600
Language
English
URI
https://hdl.handle.net/10371/67182
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