Danica T. Harbaugh

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Results of the first genus-wide phylogenetic analysis for Santalum (Santalaceae), using a combination of 18S-26S nuclear ribosomal (ITS, ETS) and chloroplast (3' trnK intron) DNA sequences, provide new perspectives on relationships and biogeographic patterns among the widespread and economically important sandalwoods. Congruent trees based on maximum(More)
BACKGROUND Five species of Metrosideros (Myrtaceae) are recognized in the Hawaiian Islands, including the widespread M. polymorpha, and are characterized by a multitude of distinctive, yet overlapping, habit, ecological, and morphological forms. It remains unclear, despite several previous studies, whether the morphological variation within Hawaiian(More)
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