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Phylogeny and a new tribal classification of the Panicoideae s.l. (Poaceae) based on plastid and nuclear sequence data and structural data.
UNLABELLED PREMISE OF THE STUDY The subfamily Panicoideae (Poaceae) encompasses nearly one-third of the diversity of grass species, including important crops such as maize and sugarcane. PreviousExpand
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Phylogeny of the Grasses (Poaceae) Revisited
The most robust previously published phylogeny for the overall structure of the grass family (Poaceae) shows three early diverging lineages and two major derived clades, the BEP clade and the PACCADExpand
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PHYLOGENETIC RELATIONSHIPS AMONG THE ONE-FLOWERED, DETERMINATE GENERA OF BAMBUSEAE (POACEAE: BAMBUSOIDEAE)
Bambuseae (woody bamboos), one of two tribes recognized within Bambusoideae (true bamboos), comprise over 90% of the diversity of the subfamily, yet monophyly of the tribe is generally onlyExpand
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Phylogenetic Relationships Within the Centothecoideae + Panicoideae Clade (Poaceae) Based on ndhF and rpl16 Intron Sequences and Structural Data
The PACCAD clade (Panicoideae, Arundinoideae, Chloridoideae, Centothecoideae, Aristidoideae, Danthonioideae) is well supported in all recent studies of Poaceae. However, phylogenetic relationshipsExpand
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Riqueza de especies, clasificación y listado de las gramíneas (Poaceae) de México
espanolResumen: Antecedentes y Objetivos: En 2006 se dio a conocer el catalogo de las gramineas de Mexico, pero desde entonces tanto la clasificacion como la aparicion de especies nuevas cambiaronExpand
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Co-existence in a species-rich grassland: competition, facilitation and niche structure over a soil depth gradient
Question Niche differentiation may promote species co-existence because it precludes competitive exclusion. However, in stressful environments, facilitation may predominate, and large nicheExpand
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Gynerieae, a new neotropical tribe of grasses (Poaceae)
Gynerium was traditionally classified in the reed tribe Arundineae in the Arundinoideae, but recent molecular studies strongly support its affinities with the Panicoideae + Centothecoideae clade. AExpand
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Two new species of Paspalum (Paniceae: Panicoideae: Poaceae), a preliminary checklist of the genus in Mexico, and the identity of P. crinitum
Two new species of Paspalum from Mexico are described and illustrated and the identity of P. crinitum of the group Livida is discussed. The new species, Pasp...
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Lachnagrostis filiformis (Poaceae: Pooideae: Poeae: Agrostidinae) in México: known distribution and suppression of lemma awn development in terminal spikelets.
The Australian species Lachnagrostis filiformis , introduced to the Americas and elsewhere in the last century, has become a weed of temporary ponds in Mexico. Collections of several larger MexicanExpand
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Two New Species of Urochloa (Paniceae; Panicoideae; Poaceae) from Western Mexico and the Updated Checklist with a Key to Species of the Genus in Mexico
Abstract Two new species from western Mexico, Urochloa olivacea and U. pauciflora (Paniceae; Panicoideae; Poaceae) are described and illustrated here. An updated checklist and a key for the 21Expand
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