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The effect of Quaternary climatic changes on plant distribution and evolution
An ITS phylogeny of tribe Senecioneae (Asteraceae) and a new delimitation of Senecio L.
Two phylogenies provide new insights into evolutionary relationships in Senecioneae and a new, monophyletic, delimitation of Senecio are proposed, resulting in a first approximation of a comprehensive phylogeny for the tribe.
Patterns and causes of incongruence between plastid and nuclear Senecioneae (Asteraceae) phylogenies.
A novel approach to evaluate whether ILS can be excluded as an explanation for incongruent patterns within Tribe Senecioneae (Asteraceae) indicates that ILS cannot be invoked and these patterns are more realistically explained by ancient hybridization events.
The Phylogeny of Linum and Linaceae Subfamily Linoideae, with Implications for Their Systematics, Biogeography, and Evolution of Heterostyly
Abstract The genus Linum consists of over 180 species, the most famous being L. usitatissimum, the source of linen and linseed oil. The eight genera of Linaceae subf. Linoideae, of which Linum is…
Flowering plants, Dicotyledons : Lamiales (except Acanthaceae including Avicenniaceae)
- J. Kadereit
- Environmental Science, Biology
- 1 May 2005
Lamiales: Introduction and Conspectus.- Bignoniaceae.- Buddlejaceae.- Byblidaceae.- Callitrichaceae.- Carlemanniaceae.- Cyclocheilaceae.- Gesneriaceae.- Globulariaceae.- Hippuridaceae.- Labiatae.-…
Phylogeny and quaternary history of the European montane/alpine endemic Soldanella (Primulaceae) based on ITS and AFLP variation.
- L. B. Zhang, H. Comes, J. Kadereit
- Biology, Environmental ScienceAmerican journal of botany
- 1 December 2001
Estimates of divergence times suggest a late Quaternary origin of the genus Soldanella, and it is hypothesized that the latter differentiated in allopatric regions of expansion during glacials, while the former experienced secondary contact at lower elevations in more southern refugia.
Late Quaternary distributional stasis in the submediterranean mountain plant Anthyllis montana L. (Fabaceae) inferred from ITS sequences and amplified fragment length polymorphism markers
The present‐day absence of A. montana from vast parts of the Alps, together with the finding of evenly distributed AFLP variability within each of the two western and eastern lineages identified, is taken as evidence for a largely static Late Quaternary history without large‐scale migration.
The phylogeny of Gentianella (Gentianaceae) and its colonization of the southern hemisphere as revealed by nuclear and chloroplast DNA sequence variation
It is postulated that the efimbriate lineage originated in East Asia near the end of the Tertiary and spread via North america to south America, and from there it reached Australia/New Zealand only once by a single long-distance dispersal event.
Repeat intercontinental dispersal and Pleistocene speciation in disjunct Mediterranean and desert Senecio (Asteraceae).
- M. Coleman, A. Liston, J. Kadereit, R. Abbott
- Environmental ScienceAmerican journal of botany
- 1 October 2003
The loss of suitable land connections by the Miocene means that both New World lineages must represent long-distance dispersal, providing the first evidence of repeat intercontinental dispersal in a Mediterranean group.
Terrestrial growth and marine dispersal? Comparative phylogeography of five coastal plant species at a European scale
Comparison of phylogeographic patterns found with those observed in either marine or terrestrial organisms leads to the conclusion that marine dispersal is of overriding importance in these coastal plants.