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Phylogenetic relationships among the “spiny solanums” (Solanum subgenus Leptostemonum, Solanaceae)
Species of Solanum subgenus Leptostemonum comprise almost one third of the genus and are distributed worldwide. Members of this group are defined by their sharp epidermal prickles; thus, they are… Expand
Myelosuppression and kinase selectivity of multikinase angiogenesis inhibitors
- R. Kumar, M-C Crouthamel, +4 authors A. G. King
- Biology, Medicine
- British Journal of Cancer
- 20 October 2009
Background:Myelosuppression has been observed with several multikinase angiogenesis inhibitors in clinical studies, although the frequency and severity varies among the different agents. Inhibitors… Expand
Relationships within tribe Lycieae (Solanaceae): paraphyly of Lycium and multiple origins of gender dimorphism.
We infer phylogenetic relationships among Lycium, Grabowskia, and the monotypic Phrodus microphyllus, using DNA sequence data from the nuclear granule-bound starch synthase gene (GBSSI, waxy) and the… Expand
Family-level relationships of Onagraceae based on chloroplast rbcL and ndhF data.
Despite intensive morphological and molecular studies of Onagraceae, relationships within the family are not fully understood. One drawback of previous analyses is limited sampling within the large… Expand
A four-gene study of evolutionary relationships in Solanum section Acanthophora.
The "spiny solanums," Solanum subgenus Leptostemonum (Solanaceae), comprise a large lineage with over 350 species and include the cultivated eggplant, Solanum melongena. Despite the importance of… Expand
A Tale of Two Continents: Baker's Rule and the Maintenance of Self-Incompatibility in Lycium (Solanaceae)
- J. S. Miller, R. Levin, Natalie M Feliciano
- Biology, Medicine
- Evolution; international journal of organic…
- 1 May 2008
Abstract Over 50 years ago, Baker (1955, 1967) suggested that self-compatible species were more likely than self-incompatible species to establish new populations on oceanic islands. His logic was… Expand
Paraphyly in Tribe Onagreae: Insights into Phylogenetic Relationships of Onagraceae Based on Nuclear and Chloroplast Sequence Data
Abstract Onagraceae are a family of 17 genera in seven tribes, with the majority of species in tribes Onagreae and Epilobieae. Despite the species-richness of these two tribes, to date no… Expand
Phylogenetic Relationships Within Nyctaginaceae Tribe Nyctagineae: Evidence from Nuclear and Chloroplast Genomes
- R. Levin
- 1 October 2000
Abstract Nyctaginaceae are a small family of mainly New World tropical and subtropical trees, shrubs, and herbs. To date phylogenetic relationships within the family have not been examined. This… Expand
Evolutionary Relationships in Tribe Lycieae (Solanaceae)
We examine evolutionary relationships among the three genera in tribe Lycieae using DNA sequence data from the nuclear granule-bound starch synthase gene (GBSSI, waxy). Tribe Lycieae is comprised of… Expand