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The evolutionary history of Eryngium (Apiaceae, Saniculoideae): rapid radiations, long distance dispersals, and hybridizations.
Eryngium is the largest and arguably the most taxonomically complex genus in the family Apiaceae. Infrageneric relationships within Eryngium were inferred using sequence data from the chloroplast DNAExpand
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A molecular phylogenetic study of southern African Apiaceae.
It has been suggested that southern Africa is the origin of the predominantly herbaceous Apiaceae subfamily Apioideae and that the woody habit is plesiomorphic. We expand previous molecularExpand
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Circumscription and phylogeny of Apiaceae subfamily Saniculoideae based on chloroplast DNA sequences.
An estimate of phylogenetic relationships within Apiaceae subfamily Saniculoideae was inferred using data from the chloroplast DNA trnQ-trnK 5'-exon region to clarify the circumscription of theExpand
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New tribal delimitations for the early diverging lineages of Apiaceae subfamily Apioideae
Phylogenetic analyses of the cpDNA trnQ-trnK 5' exon region for 27 genera and 42 species of Saniculoideae and early diverging lineages of Apioideae were carried out to assess or confirm the tribalExpand
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Unraveling the taxonomic complexity of Eryngium L. (Apiaceae, Saniculoideae): Phylogenetic analysis of 11 non-coding cpDNA loci corroborates rapid radiations
Calviño, C.I., Martínez, S.G. & Downie, S.R.: Unraveling the taxonomic complexity of Eryngium L. (Apiaceae, Saniculoideae): Phylogenetic analysis of 11 non-coding cpDNA loci corroborates rapidExpand
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Morphology, Fruit Anatomy and Taxonomy of the South Andean Genus Laretia (Azorelloideae, Apiaceae)
Abstract The genus Laretia Gillies & Hook. comprises a single species, L. acaulis (Cav.) Gillies & Hook., of xerophilous subshrubs that form flat compact cushions. It is endemic to southern SouthExpand
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The role of the Southern Hemisphere in the evolutionary history of Apiaceae, a mostly north temperate plant family
Aim To estimate the most likely pathways of expansion of the first diverging lineages of the angiosperm family Apiaceae across the Southern Hemisphere and to Eurasia by reconstructing theExpand
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Evolution of morphological traits in Verbenaceae.
PREMISE OF THE STUDY A new infrafamilial circumscription of the Verbenaceae with eight tribes: Casselieae, Citharexyleae, Duranteae, Lantaneae, Neospartoneae, Petreeae, Priveae, and Verbeneae, hasExpand
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Chromosome studies on eight species of Eryngium L. (Saniculoideae, Apiaceae) from Argentina
Abstract A cytological analysis of eight Argentinean species of Eryngium L. (Saniculoideae, Apiaceae) is carried out. Karyotypes of eight species and original chromosome counts for three of themExpand
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