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Diversity of tropical forests in South East Asia under the threat of rapid loss
    2017-July-25  08:53    Shenzhen Daily

Time: 10:30-11:00 a.m., July 25

Location: Hall 5, 1F, Shenzhen Convention and Exhibition CenterTetsukazu Yahara started his research from biosystematics of some agamospermous plant groups in the 1980s and then made efforts to elucidate costs and benefits of sexual and asexual reproduction in the Eupatorium-geminivirus system. He discovered high evolutionary rate and high genetic diversity of geminiviruses infecting wild host plants, and higher infection frequencies in asexual lineages. He also studied the evolution of various sexual systems in flowering plants. Tetsukazu Yahara

Tetsukazu Yahara is a professor at Kyushu University. The Japanese Society of Plant Taxonomists Chairperson of the Threatened Plants Committee. The IUCN-SSC (Species Survival Committee) Chairperson of the Japanese Plants Specialist Group.

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