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A phylogenetic analysis of morphological and molecular characters of Lithospermum L. (Boraginaceae) and related taxa: evolutionary relationships and character evolution
Lithospermum (Boraginaceae) includes ca. 60 species and exhibits a wide range of floral, palynological, and vegetative diversity. Phylogenetic analyses based on 10 chloroplast DNA regions and 22Expand
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Comparative floral development in Lithospermum (Boraginaceae) and implications for the evolution and development of heterostyly.
PREMISE OF THE STUDY The evolution and development of floral developmental patterns were investigated in three heterostylous and three homostylous species of Lithospermum to determine whether speciesExpand
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Morphological Analysis of Size and Shape (MASS): An integrative software program for morphometric analyses of leaves
Premise Morphometric analysis is a common approach for comparing and categorizing botanical samples; however, completing a suite of analyses using existing tools may require a multi‐stage,Expand
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Vector potential and population dynamics for Amblyomma inornatum.
We studied the natural life cycle of Amblyomma inornatum and its vector potential in South Texas. This tick is distributed throughout South Texas and most of Central America. A. inornatum representedExpand
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Molecular Phylogenetics, Molecular Evolution, and Patterns of Clade Support in Lithospermum (Boraginaceae) and Related Taxa
Abstract Utilizing 10 cpDNA regions and thorough taxon sampling, a phylogeny is reconstructed for Lithospermum and related members of both Lithospermeae, the tribe to which it is assigned, andExpand
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Adelinia and Andersonglossum (Boraginaceae), Two New Genera from New World Species of Cynoglossum
Abstract Recent phylogenetic evidence suggests that Cynoglossum (Boraginaceae), a cosmopolitan genus, is not monophyletic, but relationships among members of the genus remain uncertain. This isExpand
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Effects of Beech Bark Disease on Trees and Ecosystems
The beech bark disease complex has long been an extremely important exotic pest issue as it has spread throughout eastern North America since its introduction in 1890. This insect-fungal diseaseExpand
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