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Comparative phylogeography of unglaciated eastern North America
Regional phylogeographical studies involving co‐distributed animal and plant species have been conducted for several areas, most notably for Europe and the Pacific Northwest of North America. UntilExpand
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Recent models and analyses of paleoecological records suggest that tree populations are capable of rapid migration when climate warms. Fossil pollen is commonly interpreted as suggesting that theExpand
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Phylogeny, biogeography, and processes of molecular differentiation in Quercus subgenus Quercus (Fagaceae).
Quercus is one of the most abundant and economically important genera of woody plants in the Northern Hemisphere. To infer phylogenetic relationships within Quercus subgenus Quercus, chloroplast DNAExpand
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Systematics of Fagaceae: Phylogenetic Tests of Reproductive Trait Evolution
The family Fagaceae includes nine currently recognized genera and ca. 1000 species, making it one of the largest and most economically important groups within the order Fagales. In addition to wideExpand
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The Historical Biogeography of Fagaceae: Tracking the Tertiary History of Temperate and Subtropical Forests of the Northern Hemisphere
The angiosperm family Fagaceae is a central element of several distinct community types throughout the Northern Hemisphere and a prime candidate for modern biogeographic analysis. The rich fossilExpand
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Phylogeny and patterns of floral diversity in the genus Piper (Piperaceae).
With ∼1000 species distributed pantropically, the genus Piper is one of the most diverse lineages among basal angiosperms. To rigorously address the evolution of Piper we use a phylogenetic analysisExpand
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Hydraulic traits are influenced by phylogenetic history in the drought-resistant, invasive genus Juniperus (Cupressaceae).
In the conifer genus Juniperus (Cupressaceae), many species are increasing rapidly in distribution, abundance, and dominance in arid and semiarid regions. To help understand the success of junipersExpand
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Phylogeny of extant and fossil Juglandaceae inferred from the integration of molecular and morphological data sets.
It is widely acknowledged that integrating fossils into data sets of extant taxa is imperative for proper placement of fossils, resolution of relationships, and a better understanding of characterExpand
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A Framework Phylogeny of the American Oak Clade Based on Sequenced RAD Data
Previous phylogenetic studies in oaks (Quercus, Fagaceae) have failed to resolve the backbone topology of the genus with strong support. Here, we utilize next-generation sequencing ofExpand
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Phylogeography of the Southeast Asian stone oaks (Lithocarpus)
Aim  To describe current geographical patterns of genetic diversity and infer the historical population dynamics of the stone oaks (Lithocarpus) in Southeast Asia. Location  We sampled threeExpand
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