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A new classification of the tribe Veroniceae-problems and a possible solution
Based on the most recent evidence from phylogenetic analyses of Veronica and its related genera, we propose a new infratribal and infrageneric rearrangement for Veroniceae and Veronica. These recentExpand
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Evolution of veroniceae: A phylogenetic perspective
The genus Veronica (Plantaginaceae, formerly Scrophulariaceae) is well known for its reduced corolla tube in an otherwise long-tubed family. Similar character reversals to states thought to beExpand
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Disentangling phylogeography, polyploid evolution and taxonomy of a woodland herb (Veronica chamaedrys group, Plantaginaceae s.l.) in southeastern Europe
Southeastern Europe is a centre of European biodiversity, but very little is known about factors causing the observed richness. Here, we contribute to fill this gap by reconstructing theExpand
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Eine neue Studie uber Buckelfliegen-Kieferwespen: Synaldis Foerster und Dinotrema Foerster (Hymenoptera, Braconidae, Alysiinae)
Synaldis argamani n. sp. (Israel), 5. glabripleura n. sp. (Israel), S. israelica n. sp. (Israel), S. matherana n. sp. (Indien), S. tothi sp . n. (Georgien) and Dinotrema sinecarina n. sp. (Israel).Expand
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Extensive gene flow blurs species boundaries among Veronica barrelieri, V. orchidea and V. spicata (Plantaginaceae) in southeastern Europe
Little is known about the contribution of interspecific hybridization, a frequent phenomenon in plants, to the high plant diversity in southeastern Europe, one of the continent's diversity hot spots.Expand
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Karyosystematics ofVeronica sect.Beccabunga (Scrophulariaceae) with special reference to the taxa in Turkey
The chromosome numbers ofVeronica beccabunga subsp.abscondita (2n=18),V. anagallis-aquatica subsp.lysimachioides (2n=18),V. anagallis-aquatica subsp.michauxii (2n=36), and of a presumable hybridV.Expand
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On the origin ofVeronica persica (Scrophulariaceae)—a contribution to the history of a neophytic weed
A character analysis reveals a clearly intermediate position of the tetraploidV. persica (2n = 28) between the two diploid speciesV. polita andV. ceratocarpa (both 2n = 14) which are morphologicallyExpand
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Veronica fridericae, a new species from eastern Turkey
  • M. A. Fischer
  • History, Biology
  • Plant Systematics and Evolution
  • 1 March 1984
Veronica fridericae spec. nova, described from the type locality in the S.E. Turkish province Van, is related toV. acrotheca andV. farinosa, both endemic to W. Iran. All 8 perennial species withExpand
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