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The Complete Chloroplast Genomes of Three Cardiocrinum (Liliaceae) Species: Comparative Genomic and Phylogenetic Analyses
The genus Cardiocrinum (Endlicher) Lindley (Liliaceae) comprises three herbaceous perennial species that are distributed in East Asian temperate-deciduous forests. Although all three CardiocrinumExpand
Comparative Genomics and Phylogenomics of East Asian Tulips (Amana, Liliaceae)
The genus Amana Honda (Liliaceae), when it is treated as separate from Tulipa, comprises six perennial herbaceous species that are restricted to China, Japan and the Korean Peninsula. Although allExpand
Phylogenomic and Comparative Analyses of Complete Plastomes of Croomia and Stemona (Stemonaceae)
The monocot genus Croomia (Stemonaceae) comprises three herbaceous perennial species that exhibit EA (Eastern Asian)–ENA (Eastern North American) disjunct distribution. However, due to the lack ofExpand
Population structure and historical demography of Dipteronia dyeriana (Sapindaceae), an extremely narrow palaeoendemic plant from China: implications for conservation in a biodiversity hot spot
Inferring past demography is a central question in evolutionary and conservation biology. It is, however, sometimes challenging to disentangle their roles of contemporary versus historical processesExpand
Pre-Quaternary diversification and glacial demographic expansions of Cardiocrinum (Liliaceae) in temperate forest biomes of Sino-Japanese Floristic Region.
The Sino-Japanese Floristic Region (SJFR) in East Asia is one of the most diverse temperate floras in the world. However, the relative influence of Neogene palaeogeographical changes and QuaternaryExpand
Generation and classification of transcriptomes in two Croomia species and molecular evolution of CYC/TB1 genes in Stemonaceae
The genus Croomia (Stemonaceae) is an excellent model for studying the evolution of the Eastern Asia (EA)–Eastern North America (ENA) floristic disjunction and the genetic mechanisms of floralExpand
Characterization of the complete plastid genome sequence of the endangered species Bretschneidera sinensis
Bretschneideraceae is a specific single species family, and Bretschneidera sinensis is listed as ‘Endangered’ on the IUCN Red List of Threatened Species. As a relict plant of the Tertiary, B.Expand
Genomic insights on the contribution of balancing selection and local adaptation to the long-term survival of a widespread living fossil tree, Cercidiphyllum japonicum.
'Living fossils' are testimonies of long-term sustained ecological success, but how demographic history and natural selection contributed to their survival, resilience and persistence in the face ofExpand
Development and characterization of SSR markers for Sanguinaria canadensis based on genome skimming
Premise Polymorphic nuclear simple sequence repeat (nSSR) markers were developed for Sanguinaria canadensis (Papaveraceae), a spring ephemeral native to eastern North America. Methods and ResultsExpand