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Everywhere but Antarctica: using a supertree to understand the diversity and distribution of the Compositae.
s. Albuquerque, New Mexico, August 12-16, 2001. Botanical Society of America. Pp. 132. Panero, J.L., Baldwin, B.G., Schilling, E.E. & Clevinger, J.A. 2001c. Molecular phylogenetic studies of membersExpand
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A phylogeny of the "evil tribe" (Vernonieae: Compositae) reveals Old/New World long distance dispersal: support from separate and combined congruent datasets (trnL-F, ndhF, ITS).
The Vernonieae is one of the major tribes of the largest family of flowering plants, the sunflower family (Compositae or Asteraceae), with ca. 25,000 species. While the family's basal members (theExpand
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Molecular evidence for an African origin of the Hawaiian endemic Hesperomannia (Asteraceae).
Identification of the progenitors of plants endemic to oceanic islands often is complicated by extreme morphological divergence between island and continental taxa. This is especially true for theExpand
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Postfire Succession of the Herbaceous Flora in Southern California Chaparral
Postfire succesion of the temporary herbaceous and suffrutescent cover was studied after chaparral fires in San Diego County, California, USA. Four categories of species make up the temporary cover.Expand
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Isolation by landscape in populations of a prized edible mushroom Tricholoma matsutake
Tricholoma matsutake, a wild edible ectomycorrhizal mushroom, is revered for its distinguished flavor and iconic significance. Here, we test for landscape effects on T. matsutake gene flow andExpand
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Insights into the evolution of the tribe Arctoteae (Compositae: subfamily Cichorioideae s.s.) using trnL-F, ndhF, and ITS
Compositae (Asteraceae) are the largest flowering plant family (23,000 to 30,000 species) and its members are found throughout the world in both temperate and tropical habitats. The subfamilies andExpand
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Forest age correlates with fine-scale spatial structure of Matsutake mycorrhizas.
Examining the fine-scale spatial structure of fungal populations can tell us much about how individual species reproduce and disperse throughout natural landscapes. Here we study the fine-scaleExpand
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Distribution of Pollen Types in Vernonia (Vernonieae: Compositae)
Vernonia is the largest genus of the tribe Vernonieae with nearly 1000 species found predominately in the New and Old World tropics. Morphological variation in vegetative features is extensive;Expand
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The Bryopsidales contains some of the most species rich and ecologically dominant algae in tropical ecosystems. However, the evolutionary relationships among the 29 genera and several hundred speciesExpand
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