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Cutting up the climbers: Evidence for extensive polyphyly in Friesodielsia (Annonaceae) necessitates generic realignment across the tribe Uvarieae
Friesodielsia and the closely related genera Dasymaschalon, Desmos, Exellia, Gilbertiella and Monanthotaxis (Annonaceae subfamily Annonoideae tribe Uvarieae) are taxonomically problematic, withExpand
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Phylogenetic relationships between isolated populations of the limestone‐dwelling microsnail Gyliotrachela hungerfordiana (Gastropoda: Vertiginidae)
The vertiginid species Gyliotrachela hungerfordiana, an obligate limestone-dwelling microsnail, is relatively widespread and is found on a large number of isolated limestone hills in PeninsularExpand
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Correlated evolutionary rates across genomic compartments in Annonaceae.
The molecular clock hypothesis is an important concept in biology. Deviations from a constant rate of nucleotide substitution have been found widely among lineages, genomes, genes and individualExpand
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A nonet of novel species of Monanthotaxis (Annonaceae) from around Africa
Abstract As part of an ongoing revision of the genus Monanthotaxis Baill. (Annonaceae), nine new species are described and one variety is reinstated to species rank. Two new species from West AfricaExpand
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A new species of Monanthotaxis from Gabon with a unique inflorescence type for Annonaceae
Monanthotaxis paniculata , a new species endemic to Gabon, is described. This species differs from all known Annonaceae by a unique panicle-like inflorescence type.
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Patterns and correlates of plant diversity differ between common and rare species in a neotropical dry forest
Determining which factors affect species richness is important for conservation theory and practice. However, richness of common and rare species may be affected by different factors. We use anExpand
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Floral evolution by simplification in Monanthotaxis (Annonaceae) and hypotheses for pollination system shifts
Simplification by reduction has occurred many times independently in the floral evolution of angiosperms. These reductions have often been attributed to changes in reproductive biology. In theExpand
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