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Plant distribution patterns and plate tectonics in Malesia.
TLDR
It is shown here that India did not only act as a raft, bringing Gondwanan floral elements to Southeast Asia, but it also received floral elements from mainly Borneo.
Molecular phylogeny of Macaranga, Mallotus, and related genera (Euphorbiaceae s.s.): insights from plastid and nuclear DNA sequence data.
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The analyses demonstrated the monophyly of Macaranga and the paraphyly of Mallotus and revealed three highly supported main clades, suggesting migrations or dispersals from Asia to Africa and Madagascar.
Wallace's Line and plant distributions: two or three phytogeographical areas and where to group Java?
TLDR
P phenetic analyses of 7340 species distributions revealed a stronger partitioning of Malesia into three instead of two regions: the western Sunda Shelf minus Java, central Wallacea, and the eastern Sahul Shelf (New Guinea).
Guioa cav. (Sapindaceae): Taxonomy, phylogeny, and historical biogeography
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A comparison between the presumed results of the classical, evolutionary school and the phylogenetic school showed that theresults of the phylogenetics school had a higher information content in the sense of natural relations and that only they could be used for a historical biogeographic analysis.
A PHYLOGENETIC CLASSIFICATION OF THE MALESIAN HIPPOMANEAE (EUPHORBIACEAE)
TLDR
A phylogenetic analysis of only a part of the tribe will be executed and, based on the monophyletic groups present in the cladogram, genera will be distinguished based on only a subset of the included taxa.
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