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PHYLOGENETICS OF ANDROPOGONEAE (POACEAE: PANICOIDEAE) BASED ON NUCLEAR RIBOSOMAL INTERNAL TRANSCRIBED SPACER AND CHLOROPLAST trnL-F SEQUENCES
Phylogenetic relationships among 85 species representing 35 genera in the grass tribe Andropogoneae were estimated from maximum parsimony and Bayesian analyses of nuclear ITS and chloroplast trnL-F
Phylogenetics of Chloridoideae (Gramineae): a Preliminary Study Based on Nuclear Ribosomal Internal Transcribed Spacer and Chloroplast trnL–F Sequences
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The phylogeny of Chloridoideae (Gramineae) was inferred from parsimony analyses of DNA sequences from two genomes, and suggested significant homoplasy in morphological traits, including inflorescence type, number of florets per spikelet, and number of lemma nerves.
Phylogenetic relationships of Aristida and relatives (Poaceae, Aristidoideae) based on noncoding chloroplast (trnL-F, rpl16) and nuclear (ITS) DNA sequences.
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The C(3) photosynthetic pathway is hypothesized to be the pleisomorphic condition for the Aristidoideae subfamily, wherein two independent C(4) pathways evolved, one within Aristida and one in Stipagrostis.
Amaranthaceae (Caryophyllales) richness and distribution in the state of Aguascalientes, Mexico
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This work expands the understanding of plant resources present in Aguascalientes, as well as the distribution and wealth of the Amaranthaceae family in Mexico.
C3 photosynthesis in Aristida longifolia: Implication for photosynthetic diversification in Aristidoideae (Poaceae).
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Non-Kranz (C(3)) anatomy in Aristida longifolia is reported and the phylogeny of Aristidoideae is reconstructed, which means the C(4) pathway evolved twice in the subfamily-in Stipagrostis and early in the diversification of the Aristida clade.
Tillandsia religiosa, a new species from the state of Morelos, México
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A new species of Tillandsia religiosa from Morelos, Mexico is described and illustrated and compared to taxa with similar characteristics.
A New Species of Amyris (Rutaceae) from Durango, Mexico
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Ayris roseomaculata, a new species from the state of Durango, Mexico, is described and illustrated and is morphologically similar to A. rekoi Blake because both have 5-merous flowers, unifoliolate leaves, and leaflets and petioles are similar in length.
New records of flowering plants in Morelos state, Mexico
Nine new records of flowering plants are reported for Morelos state, Mexico. Most of the species occur at the Biological Corridor Chichinautzin and the Biosphere Reserve Sierra of Huautla, located at
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