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Ecogeographical variations of the vegetative and floral traits of Lilium amabile Palibian
Journal of Plant Biotechnology
This study aimed to characterize the morphological variations in the vegetative and floral traits of 73 wild Lilium amabile plants from six habitats in Korea. It was observed that L. amabile is distributed nationwide at any altitude from 300 m (Mt Mangdaeam) to 1550 m (Mt Halla). The majority of the natural habitats of L. amabile were found on mountain slopes, and some were found in rugged mountain regions. The down-facing flowers of this species not only had many blotches but also densedoi:10.5010/jpb.2021.48.4.236 fatcat:u6nxyoe3m5hyppelctfhcmcw74