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China Journal of Chinese Materia Medica, the 1st in the field of TCM, is supervised by China Association for Science and Technology and sponsored by Institute of Chinese Pharmaceutical Association. The journal is China's earliest comprehensive core journal of traditional Chinese medicine, and always maintains the circulation top in the professional areas. The journal publishes the latest research and progress of traditional Chinese medicine and takes a leading position in numbers of articles published, downloads and citations among all journals in this discipline. Its scope covers new achievements, technologies, methods, experiences and concepts resulting from the research on Chinese materia medica pursuant to Chinese medical and pharmaceutical theories, traditional experiences, and modern science and technology, including medicinal resources and identification, cultivation, processing, preparation, chemistry, pharmacology, theory of Chinese pharmacy and clinical practice, bencaological study. The journal is included in CA, JST and CSCD.
Zhang Boli, Hu Zhibi, Yao Xinsheng, Li Lianda, Li Dapeng, Yang Baofeng, Zhou Chaofan, Huang Luqi, Chen Shilin, Li He.
Executive Editorial Board
Cai Shaoqing, Chen Shilin
China Journal of Chinese Materia Medica,2017,Vol 42,No. 22
In this paper, we make a report on new records of medicinal plants in Hubei, which include one newly recorded genus and seven newly recorded species and a newly recorded variety. The newly recorded genus is Anoectochilus and its corresponding species is Anoectochilusroxburghii. These newly recorded species are Euphorbia micractina, Astragalus wulingensis, Blumea megacephala, Potentilla saundersiana, Blumea formosana, Lycoris houdyshelii and Colocasia gigantea. The newly recorded variety is Neottia puberula var. maculata. Among these species, Anoectochilusroxburghii and N. puberula var. maculata are considered as the second-class protection in our country, A. roxburghii is regarded as endangered (EN) and Astragalus wulingensis is regarded as critically endangered (CN) by IUCN. The reports of these newly recorded plants broaden the distribution and enrich the plant diversity of Hubei.