Chinese Academy of Sciences, Urumqi, China

Dr. Wang Lei from State Key Laboratory of Desert and Oasis Ecology (Xinjiang Institute of Ecology and Geography, Chinese Academy of Sciences, Urumqi, China) is our long-term collaborator who worked with us in the Czech Republic for almost two years. He is collaborating with us on our Chenopodium projects, helping with sample collection from eastern China and will help with samples from the Chinese herbaria deposited in Beijing herbarium.




Krak K., Habibi F., Douda J., Vít P., Lomonosova M. N., Wang L., Mandák B. (2019): Human-mediated dispersal of weed species during the Holocene: A case study of Chenopodium album agg. Journal of Biogeography 46: 1007–1019.

Mandák B., Krak K., Vít P., Lomonosova M. N., Belyayev A., Habibi F., Wang L., Douda J. & Štorchová H. (2018): Hybridization and polyploidization within the Chenopodium album aggregate analysed by means of cytological and molecular markers. Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution 129: 189–201.

Mandák B., Krak K., Vít P., Pavlíková Z., Lomonosova M. N., Habibi F., Wang L., Jellen E.N., Douda, J. (2016). How genome size variation is linked with evolution within Chenopodium sensu lato. Perspectives in Plant Ecology, Evolution and Systematics, 23, 18-32.

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