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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-FExpand
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Phylogenetics of Chloridoideae (Gramineae): a Preliminary Study Based on Nuclear Ribosomal Internal Transcribed Spacer and Chloroplast trnL–F Sequences
The phylogeny of Chloridoideae (Gramineae) was inferred from parsimony analyses of DNA sequences from two genomes-the chloroplast tmL intron, trnL 3' exon, and trnL-F intergenic spacer, and theExpand
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Phylogenetic relationships of Aristida and relatives (Poaceae, Aristidoideae) based on noncoding chloroplast (trnL-F, rpl16) and nuclear (ITS) DNA sequences.
PREMISE The cosmopolitan and ecologically important grass subfamily Aristidoideae comprises the widely distributed genus Aristida (250-290 species), Stipagrostis (50 species, with an African-AsianExpand
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Schaffnerella rediscovered! (Gramineae, Chloridoideae)
From 1876 to 1880 in San Luis Potosi, Mexico, J. G. Schaffner made the first collections of a small grass that later was named Schaffnerella gracilis (Chloridoideae). The monotypic genus apparentlyExpand
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LA FAMILIA APOCYNACEAE (APOCYNOIDEAE Y RAUVOLFIOIDEAE) EN EL ESTADO DE MORELOS, MÉXICO
Results are presented for the study of Apocynaceae (Apocynoideae and Rauvolfioideae) in the state of Morelos, Mexico. We found ten genera and 14 species: Cas...
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C3 photosynthesis in Aristida longifolia: Implication for photosynthetic diversification in Aristidoideae (Poaceae).
Only a small percentage of plant species undergo C(4) photosynthesis. Despite its rarity, the C(4) pathway has evolved numerous times from C(3) ancestors, with as many as 18 independent origins inExpand
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El género Chloris Sw. (Poaceae: Chloridoideae) en México
Twelve species of Chloris from Mexico are recognized in this study. Five are cosmopolitan species, five are American, two are restricted to Mexico and USA, one occurs in America and Australia,Expand
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Tillandsia religiosa, a new species from the state of Morelos, México
Tillandsia religiosa Hern.-Cardenas, Gonzalez-Rocha, Espejo, Lopez-Ferr., Cerros & Ehlers, a new species from Morelos, Mexico is described and illustrated. The new species is compared to taxa withExpand
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UNA NUEVA ESPECIE DE HECHTIA (BROMELIACEAE; HECHTIOIDEAE) DEL ESTADO DE MORELOS, MÉXICO
Hechtia montis-frigidi, a new species from Morelos, Mexico is described and illustrated. The new taxon is compared with H. chichinautzensis and H. podantha, species with similar characteristics.
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