• Publications
  • Influence
Phylogeny of Broad-leaved and Fine-leaved Festuca Lineages (Poaceae) based on Nuclear ITS Sequences
TLDR
A new nomenclatural combination is proposed (Festuca arundinacea Schreb + Festuca-Aulaxyper + Vulpia), which is formed by a paraphyletic assemblage of sectional groups, where sects.
A systematic approach to subtribe Loliinae (Poaceae:Pooideae) based on phylogenetic evidence
TLDR
Combined analysis of nucleotide sequences from the nuclear ITS and chloroplast trnL-F regions and structural characters recovered a consensus topology that shows Loliinae to be monophyletic and possessing two main clades-the fine-leaved Festuca clade that includes Ctenopsis, Micropyrum, Narduroides, Psilurus, Vulpia, and Wangenheimia.
Phylogenetic relationships of Vulpia and related genera (Poeae, Poaceae) based on analysis of ITS and trnL-F sequences
TLDR
A well-supported monophyletic group that encompasses the fine-leaved Festuca and Vulpia lineages as well as the other six ephemeral genera (FEVRE) has been obtained from both the separate and the combined ITS and trnL-F analyses.
Phylogeny of Cleome L. and its close relatives Podandrogyne Ducke and Polanisia Raf. (Cleomoideae, Cleomaceae) based on analysis of nuclear ITS sequences and morphology
TLDR
A biogeographical interpretation of the molecular phylogeny indicated and earlier origin of the ancestral Cleome lineages in the Old World, followed by colonization of North America and then a subsequent expansion towards central and South American with more recent secondary radiations in these subcontinents.
Systematics of Festuca L. sects. Eskia Willk., Pseudatropis Kriv., Amphigenes (Janka) Tzvel., Pseudoscariosa Kriv. and Scariosae Hack. based on analysis of morphological characters and DNA sequences
TLDR
Taxonomic circumscriptions of these groups and phylogenetic relationships among them and with respect to other Festuca lineages have been achieved after independent and simultaneous analyses of both morphological and molecular characters.
Morphometric and molecular variation in concert: taxonomy and genetics of the reticulate Pyrenean and Iberian alpine spiny fescues (Festuca eskia complex, Poaceae)
TLDR
This work was supported by a Spanish Ministry of the Environment – National Parks Organism research project (059/2009) and by an Instituto de Estudios Altoaragoneses and Aragon Government-European FEDER Bioflora grant.
ESTUDIO DE LA EPIDERMIS FOLIAR EN ALGUNAS ESPECIES DE BURSERA JACQ. EX L. (BURSERACEAE) Y SUS IMPLICACIONES TAXONÓMICAS
Leaf epidermis characteristics of six species of Bursera were studied using light and scanning electron microscopy (SEM). All species possess hypostomatic le...
...
1
2
...