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A Phylogenetic Study of the Order Asterales Using One Morphological and Three Molecular Data Sets
We obtained two most parsimonious cladograms using a data set of 100 characters derived from morphology, anatomy, embryology, chemistry, and karyology, combined with three nucleotide sequence dataExpand
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The asteralean affinity of the Mauritian Roussea (Rousseaceae)
Abstract Roussea , a monotypic genus endemic to Mauritius, has for a long time been associated with Brexia (Celastraceae). Recently, it has been shown that Roussea is placed correctly in the mainlyExpand
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A phylogenetic analysis of 100+ genera and 50+ families of euasterids based on morphological and molecular data with notes on possible higher level morphological synapomorphies
Abstract. A data matrix of 143 morphological and chemical characters for 142 genera of euasterids according to the APG system was compiled and complemented with rbcL and ndhF sequences for most ofExpand
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Phylogenetic Studies in the Euasterids II: With Particular Reference to Asterales and Escalloniaceae
The present study is concerned with the evolutionary relationships among the Euasterids II, a group of angiosperms that includes the orders Apiales, Aquifoliales, Asterales, and Dipsacales togetherExpand
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Morphological and molecular evidence of the phylogeny of Nereidiform polychaetes (Annelida)
The phylogeny of Nereidiformia is assessed in a parsimony analysis of combined morphological and DNA data, with special focus on previously questioned relationships between Chrysopetalidae andExpand
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Toward a resolution of Campanulid phylogeny, with special reference to the placement of Dipsacales
Broad-scale phylogenetic analyses of the angiosperms and of the Asteridae have failed to confidently resolve relationships among the major lineages of the campanulid Asteridae (i.e., the euasterid IIExpand
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Metagenomic Analysis from the Interior of a Speleothem in Tjuv-Ante's Cave, Northern Sweden
Speleothems are secondary mineral deposits normally formed by water supersaturated with calcium carbonate percolating into underground caves, and are often associated with low-nutrient and mostlyExpand
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Asteraceae and relationships within Asterales
At the Compositae Conference at Kew in 1994 (“Compos itae: Systematics, Biology, Utilization”), DeVore and Stuessy (1995) argued in favor of a sister group relationship between Asteraceae andExpand
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Evolution of the Australasian families Alseuosmiaceae, Argophyllaceae, and Phellinaceae
Based on results from cladistic analyses of morphology and DNA sequences (the two chlo- roplast genes rbcL and ndhF), the three Australasian families Alseuosmiaceae, Argophyllaceae, and Phelli-Expand
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Speleothem and biofilm formation in a granite/dolerite cave, Northern Sweden
Tjuv-Antes grotta (Tjuv-Ante’s Cave) located in northern Sweden is a round-abraded sea cave (‘tunnel cave’), about 30 m in length, formed by rock-water abrasion in a dolerite dyke in granite gneiss.Expand
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