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The Subfamily Mutisioideae (Asteraceae)
The subfamily Mutisioideae (74 genera, ca. 865 species), which comprises three tribes, Mutisieae (43 genera, ca. 500 species), Nassauvieae (25 genera, ca. 315 species), and Stifftieae (six genera, 48Expand
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Historical Biogeography: An Introduction
Introduction: What Is Historical Biogeography? Part I: Methods in Historical Biogeography 1. Defining Distribution Areas and Areas of Endemism 2. Center of Origin and Dispersal 3. PhylogeneticExpand
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An extinct Eocene taxon of the daisy family (Asteraceae): evolutionary, ecological and biogeographical implications.
BACKGROUND AND AIMS Morphological, molecular and biogeographical information bearing on early evolution of the sunflower alliance of families suggests that the clade containing the extant daisyExpand
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Paraphyly in Tribe Onagreae: Insights into Phylogenetic Relationships of Onagraceae Based on Nuclear and Chloroplast Sequence Data
Abstract Onagraceae are a family of 17 genera in seven tribes, with the majority of species in tribes Onagreae and Epilobieae. Despite the species-richness of these two tribes, to date noExpand
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Fossil pollen indicates an explosive radiation of basal Asteracean lineages and allied families during Oligocene and Miocene times in the Southern Hemisphere.
Abstract Much of our knowledge of the past distribution and radiation of Asteraceae and allied families depends on the fossil pollen record. In recent years, new discoveries are coming to light fromExpand
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Historical biogeography of Asteraceae from Tandilia and Ventania mountain ranges (Buenos Aires, Argentina)
Las sierras septentrionales, o de Tandilia y las australes, o de Ventania, caracterizadas por su gran diversidad organica y su alto numero de endemismos, estan ubicadas en la planicie bonaerense deExpand
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Geographical diversification of tribes epilobieae, gongylocarpeae, and onagreae (Onagraceae) in North America, based on parsimony analysis of endemicity and track compatibility analysis
Tribes Epilobieae, Gongylocarpeae, and Onagreae, a monophyletic branch in the family Onagraceae, comprise genera endemic to or having their major basal radiation in the Madrean Floristic Region ofExpand
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Track Analysis Reveals the Composite Nature of the Andean Biota
The Andean subregion corresponds to south-western South America below 30˚S latitude, extending through the Andean highlands north of this latitude, and comprises five provinces: Subantarctic, CentralExpand
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Evolution of secondary heads in Nassauviinae (Asteraceae, Mutisieae).
The evolution of the inflorescence head in Asteraceae is important in the diversification of this largest angiosperm family. The aggregation of heads into higher-order capitulescences (secondaryExpand
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New insights into the biogeography of south‐western Europe: spatial patterns from vascular plants using cluster analysis and parsimony
Fil: Moreno Saiz, Juan Carlos. Universidad Autonoma de Madrid; Espana. Universidad Nacional de La Plata. Facultad de Ciencias Naturales y Museo. Laboratorio de Sistematica y Biologia Evolutiva;Expand
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