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Phylogeny of Calliandra (Leguminosae: Mimosoideae) based on nuclear and plastid molecular markers
A new infrageneric classifica- tion is proposed for Calliandra, and the African species of the genus are assigned to a new genus, Afrocalliandra, based on phylogenetic relationships in Leguminosae subfam.
Phylogeny of Chamaecrista Moench (LeguminosaeCaesalpinioideae) based on nuclear and chloroplast DNA regions
These analyses suggest that the diversification patterns in Chamaecrista occurred through an initial shift from rainforest trees to a more diverse clade of savannah shrubs, more diverse in open grassland areas and includes many colonizers of waste ground.
A molecular phylogeny of Raddia and its allies within the tribe Olyreae (Poaceae, Bambusoideae) based on noncoding plastid and nuclear spacers.
Species‐delimitation and phylogenetic analyses of some cosmopolitan species of Hypnea (Rhodophyta) reveal synonyms and misapplied names to H. cervicornis, including a new species from Brazil
The results demonstrate that H. aspera and H. flexicaulis represent heterotypic synonyms of H. cervicornis and indicate the existence of a misidentified Hypnea species, widely distributed on the Brazilian coast, described here as a new species: H. brasiliensis.
Species delimitation methods reveal cryptic diversity in the Hypnea cornuta complex (Cystocloniaceae, Rhodophyta)
- Priscila Barreto de Jesus, Adriele Leite Costa, A. Schnadelbach
- BiologyEuropean Journal of Phycology
- 3 April 2019
The results indicated that only an integrative approach combining several lines of evidence, including morphology, nomenclature history, molecular data, biogeography and ecology can correctly solve the taxonomic status of widely distributed cryptic species.
Extension of the distribution range of Hypnea stellulifera (Cystocloniaceae, Rhodophyta) to the South Atlantic: Morphological and molecular evidence
Genetic and morphological variation in the Bulbophyllum exaltatum (Orchidaceae) complex occurring in the Brazilian “campos rupestres”: implications for taxonomy and biogeography
- P. L. Ribeiro, E. L. Borba, E. Camargo Smidt, S. M. Lambert, A. Schnadelbach, C. Berg
- Environmental Science, BiologyPlant Systematics and Evolution
- 17 June 2015
It is probable that hybridization or incipient differentiation is contributing to the elevated genetic identity observed among the populations, generating a reticulated grouping pattern.
Phylogenetic relationships of Echinolaena and Ichnanthus within Panicoideae (Poaceae) reveal two new genera of tropical grasses.
Selection of Morphoagronomic Descriptors in Physalis angulata L. Using Multivariate Techniques
- Hortência Ventura da Silva, A. Passos, A. Schnadelbach, Ricardo Franco Cunha Moreira, Antônio Leandro da Silva Conceição, André Pinto Lima
- BiologyJournal of Agricultural Science
- 15 December 2018
This study aimed at selecting determinant morphoagronomic descriptors to characterize and evaluate Physalis angulata L. germplasm coming from the physalis germ plasm collection belonging to the State University of Feira de Santana-BA.
Reproductive morphology and phenological aspects of one morphological variant of Hypnea pseudomusciformis (Gigartinales, Rhodophyta)
- P. B. Jesus, E. M. S. Pestana, A. Schnadelbach
- Biology, Environmental ScienceActa Botanica Brasilica
- 1 March 2019
It is shown that, despite being members of the same genetic species, the “nigrescens” and “musciformis” morphological variants exhibit remarkable differences in their ecology and biology.