The demise of subfamily Hydrocotyloideae (Apiaceae) and the re-alignment of its genera across the entire order Apiales.
Diversification Times and Biogeographic Patterns in Apiales
Long-distance dispersal appears as the likely explanation for many younger lineages within major clades, including Subantarctic pathways across the Pacific and Indian Ocean Basins (e.g., Griseliniaceae and Azorelloideae), from Asia across Europe into the Americas (Araliaceae).
Untangling generic limits in Azorella, Laretia, and Mulinum (Apiaceae: Azorelloideae): Insights from phylogenetics and biogeography
Peritoneal macrophages express the serotonin transporter
Evolution of Floral Morphology and Symmetry in the Miconieae (Melastomataceae): Multiple Generalization Trends within a Specialized Family
- Maria Gavrutenko, M. Reginato, R. Kriebel, A. Nicolas, F. Michelangeli
- BiologyINTERNATIONAL JOURNAL PLANT SCIENCES
- 6 August 2020
Several parallel trends in the evolution of generalized floral phenotypes are confirmed and an association between generalization trends and increased diversification rates that may be related to colonization of highland environments is found.
Taxonomy and phylogeny of Merianthera (Melastomataceae)
(2462) Proposal to conserve Miconia , nom. cons. against the additional names Maieta and Tococa ( Melastomataceae : Miconieae )
A higher-level nuclear phylogenomic study of the carrot family (Apiaceae).
This first phylogenetic study of the Apiaceae using high-throughput sequencing methods represents an unprecedented evolutionary framework for the group and provides support for the maintenance of the four existing subfamilies.
Phylogeny, biogeography, and morphological evolution among and within the Neotropical and Asian clades of Schefflera (Araliaceae)
Vesicular monoamine transporter-1 (VMAT-1) mRNA and immunoreactive proteins in mouse brain.
It is demonstrated that a functional VMat-1 mRNA coding sequence is expressed in mouse brain and suggest processing of VMAT-1 protein differs in mouse adrenal and brain.