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Pan-Genome of Wild and Cultivated Soybeans
Chloroplast phylogeography of Dipentodon (Dipentodontaceae) in southwest China and northern Vietnam
- Qingjun Yuan, Zhi‐Yong Zhang, Hua Peng, S. Ge
- Biology, Environmental ScienceMolecular ecology
- 14 January 2008
A phylogeographical study using chloroplast sequences on Dipentodon concluded that the incongruence and paraphyly may result from incomplete lineage sorting during the rapid and extreme tectonic events of the Tibetan Plateau.
Towards a more robust molecular phylogeny of Chinese Apiaceae subfamily Apioideae: additional evidence from nrDNA ITS and cpDNA intron (rpl16 and rps16) sequences.
Molecular Phylogeny of the Lactuca Alliance (Cichorieae Subtribe Lactucinae, Asteraceae) with Focus on Their Chinese Centre of Diversity Detects Potential Events of Reticulation and Chloroplast…
An improved species level taxonomy of the Chinese Lactucinae is outlined; new synonymies and some new combinations are provided and it is concluded that the major lineages revealed are best treated at generic rank.
Laboratory biology of a uniparental strain of Meteorus pulchricornis (Hymenoptera: Braconidae), an exotic larval parasite of the gypsy moth (Lepidoptera: Lymantriidae)
The ovipositional response of a uniparental Korean strain of the parasite Meteorus pulchricornis (Wesmael) offered first to third instars of the gypsy moth, Lymantria dispar (L.), indicated that…
Phylogenetic placement of the enigmatic and critically endangered genus Saniculiphyllum (Saxifragaceae) inferred from combined analysis of plastid and nuclear DNA sequences.
Trichome micromorphology of the East Asiatic genus Chelonopsis (Lamiaceae) and its systematic implications
Revisiting the phylogeny of Dipsacales: New insights from phylogenomic analyses of complete plastomic sequences
The results of this study indicate that the complete plastomic sequences provide a fully‐resolved and well‐supported representation of the phylogenetic relationships within Dipsacales.
Multiple origins of circumboreal taxa in Pyrola (Ericaceae), a group with a Tertiary relict distribution.
- Zhenwen Liu, Diana D. Jolles, Jing Zhou, Hua Peng, R. Milne
- Environmental ScienceAnnals of Botany
- 1 December 2014
The cool, high-altitude habitats of many Pyrola species and the fact that diversification in the genus coincided with global cooling from the late Miocene onwards fits a hypothesis of pre-adaptation to become circumboreal within this group.
Floral organogenesis in Verbenaceae sensu lato
Events of floral organogenesis support the phylogeny inferred from morphological data and rbcL sequence analysis, i.e. the subfamily Verbenoideae does not form a monophyletic group with the subfamilies Viticoideae and Caryopteridoideae.