Molecular and cytological evidences denied the immediate-hybrid hypothesis for saxifraga yuparensis (Sect. bronchiales, saxifragaceae) endemic to mt. yubari in Hokkaido, northern Japan

Saya Tamura, Tomoko Fukuda, Elena A. Pimenova, Ekaterina A. Petrunenko, Pavel V. Krestov, Svetlana N. Bondarchuk, Olga A. Chernyagina, Yoshihisa Suyama, Yoshihiro Tsunamoto, Ayumu Matsuo, Hayato Tsuboi, Hideki Takahashi, K. E.N. Sato, Yoko Nishikawa, Takashi Shimamura, Hiroko Fujita, K. O.H. Nakamura

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