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Everywhere but Antarctica: using a supertree to understand the diversity and distribution of the Compositae.
s. Albuquerque, New Mexico, August 12-16, 2001. Botanical Society of America. Pp. 132. Panero, J.L., Baldwin, B.G., Schilling, E.E. & Clevinger, J.A. 2001c. Molecular phylogenetic studies of membersExpand
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Generic Delimitation and Phylogeny of the Subtribe Centaureinae (Asteraceae): A Combined Nuclear and Chloroplast DNA Analysis
Abstract Taxonomic complexity has hindered the partitioning of the artificial genus Centaurea, even though it has long been recognized as a polyphyletic assemblage. On the basis of morphology, pollenExpand
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Centaurea revisited: A molecular survey of the Jacea group.
BACKGROUND AND AIMS The genus Centaurea has traditionally been considered to be a complicated taxon. No attempt at phylogenetic reconstruction has been made since recent revisions in circumscription,Expand
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Abstract The new outline of relationships in basal branches of the family Compositae Giseke confirms that the sister group to the tribe Cardueae Cass. are not Mutisieae Cass., but rather a group ofExpand
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Taxonomic problems in Carthamus (Asteraceae): RAPD markers and sectional classification
Recent molecular studies have clarified the problem of the generic limits of Carthamus. However, taxonomic problems remain in the sectional classification: section Carthamus was confirmed as aExpand
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Natural Delineation, Molecular Phylogeny and Floral Evolution in Campanula
Abstract The circumscription and infrageneric classification of Campanula is highly controversial. Independent and combined data from nuclear and chloroplast sequences (trnL-trnF, ITS) were analyzedExpand
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Reconstructing the history of Campanulaceae with a Bayesian approach to molecular dating and dispersal-vicariance analyses.
We reconstruct here the spatial and temporal evolution of the Campanula alliance in order to better understand its evolutionary history. To increase phylogenetic resolution among major groupsExpand
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The Genus Artemisia and its Allies: Phylogeny of the Subtribe Artemisiinae (Asteraceae, Anthemideae) Based on Nucleotide Sequences of Nuclear Ribosomal DNA Internal Transcribed Spacers (ITS)
Abstract: Sequences of the internal transcribed spacers (ITS1 and ITS2) of nuclear ribosomal DNA were analysed for 44 Artemisia species (46 populations) representing all the five classical subgeneraExpand
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Generic delimitation and phylogeny of theCarduncellus-Carthamus complex (Asteraceae) based on ITS sequences
Within the Mediterranean complexCarduncellus-Carthamus, taxonomic classification has proven problematic. Numerous attempts to clarify the relative systematic boundaries have includedExpand
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Molecular phylogeny and evolution of floral characters of Artemisia and allies (Anthemideae, Asteraceae): evidence from nrDNA ETS and ITS sequences
To better understand the evolutionary history of the genus Artemisia (Anthemideae, Asteraceae) and its relationships to other genera of the subtribes Artemisiinae, Leucantheminae and Tanacetinae, 63Expand
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