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TRIBES AND CLADES WITHIN APIACEAE SUBFAMILY APIOIDEAE : THE CONTRIBUTION OF MOLECULAR DATA
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This paper summarizes the results of previously published molecular cladistic analyses and presents a provisional classification of the subfamily Apioideae Drude based on taxonomic congruence among the data sets and the inferred relationship among the tribes and informally recognized major clades within Apioidae is presented. Expand
Deep‐sea avulsion and morphosedimentary evolution of the Rhône Fan Valley and Neofan during the Late Quaternary (north‐western Mediterranean Sea)
The Petit-Rhone Fan Valley (north-western Mediterranean) is a broad, sinuous, filled valley that is deeply incised by a narrow, sinuous thalweg. The valley fill is differentiated into three seismicExpand
Organization of chloroplast psbA-trnH intergenic spacer in dicotyledonous angiosperms of the family umbelliferae
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The features revealed in spacer organization allow it as phylogenetic marker, and indels seem to be more informative for analyses than nucleotide substitutions, however, high conservation among closely related taxa and occurrence of homoplastic inversions in the stem-loop structure limit its application as DNA barcode. Expand
nrDNA ITS sequences and affinities of Sino-Himalayan Apioideae (Umbelliferae)
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Apium ventricosum, more commonly known as Sium frigidum, appears a close relative of Sinocarum, and Sinodielsia and Meeboldia are revealed to be clearly distinct genera. Expand
Relationships among genera in Saniculoideae and selected Apioideae (Umbelliferae) inferred from nrITS sequences
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The internal transcribed spacers of 18S-26S nuclear ribosomal DNA were newly sequenced for eight species of Umbelliferae andPhylogenetic analyses of new data, plus previously reported sequences of 52 other species using neighbor-joining, maximum parsimony, and maxim um likelihood methods yielded similar results. Expand
Molecular data (nrITS-sequencing) reveal relationships among Iranian endemic taxa of the Umbelliferae
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New molecular data have cleared up systematic questions in some taxonomically uncertain Iranian Umbelliferae, showing that Calyptrosciadium belongs to Komarovia -clade, having long-distant geographical disjunction. Expand
Towards a molecular phylogeny ofApiaceae subfamilyApioideae: Additional information from nuclear ribosomal DNA ITS sequences
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Apioideae were investigated by comparative sequencing of the two internal transcribed spacers of the 18S–26S nuclear ribosomal DNA repeat, clarified the relationships of several genera whose phylogenetic placements have heretofore been problematic. Expand
An attempt to clarify taxonomic relationships in ``Verwandtschaftskreis der Gattung Ligusticum'' (Umbelliferae-Apioideae) by molecular analysis
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The independent status of the genera Magadania, Sphaenolobium, Arafoe, Lomatocarpa, Dimorphosciadium and some other segregates of Ligusticum, Cnidium and Selinum have been confirmed, butCnidium proved to be unnatural even as currently circumscribed. Expand
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