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Molecular phylogeny of Macaranga, Mallotus, and related genera (Euphorbiaceae s.s.): insights from plastid and nuclear DNA sequence data.
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The analyses demonstrated the monophyly of Macaranga and the paraphyly of Mallotus and revealed three highly supported main clades, suggesting migrations or dispersals from Asia to Africa and Madagascar.
Re-shaping Mallotus [Part 2]: inclusion of Neotrewia, Octospermum and Trewia in Mallotus s.s. (Euphorbiaceae s.s.)
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It is shown that three small Asiatic genera are clearly part of a strongly supported main Mallotus clade (Mallotus s.s. clade), rendering the genus paraphyletic, and these genera, Neotrewia, Octospermum and Trewia are merged with mallotus.
The phylogeny of Mallotus s.str. (Euphorbiaceae) inferred from DNA sequence and morphological data
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An analysis of quantitative morphological data, in combination with qualitative morphological and molecular datasets resulted in almost completely resolved phylogenies and increased support values, however, the higher-level relationships between the clades are not supported in the authors' analyses and the position of many taxa is still ambiguous.
RESURRECTION OF HANCEA ANd LECTOTYPIFICATION OF AdISCA (EUPHORbIACEAE)
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Based on phylogenetic studies with DNA sequence data, the formerly monotypic genus Cordemoya is reduced to Hancea and the subgenus and section Diplochlamys from Asia are renamed to Hancesa.
Themorphological range in Mallotus (Euphorbiaceae) and a taxonomic revision ofits section Rottleropsis (including Axenfeldia) in Malesia, Thailand and Africa .
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This paper concludes a series of taxonomic revisions of the genus Mallotus in Malesia and Thailand with a taxonomic revision of 38 species of sect.
A TAXONOMIC RevIsION Of MAllOTus seCTION PhIlIPPINeNses (fORMeR seCTION ROTTleRA - euPhORbIACeAe) IN MAlesIA AND ThAIlAND
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A revision of Mallotus section Philippinenses (former section Rottlera) in Malesia and Thailand is given, with five species recognised and a key to the species provided.
How to tackle revisions of large genera: lessons from Macaranga and Mallotus (Euphorbiaceae).
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Two approaches to revise large genera are discussed, one of which can be done by a single person, who revises the genus area after area, and another by a team that revises per infrageneric taxon.
A taxonomic revision of Mallotus section Mallotus (Euphorbiaceae) in Malesia
A revision of Mallotus section Mallotus in Malesia is given. Descriptions, distribution maps, habit drawings and a key to all species are provided. The diagnostic characters for the section are
Leaf anatomy of Mallotus and the related genera Blumeodendron and Hancea (Euphorbiaceae sensu stricto)
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In this study, leaf anatomy is used to discuss the infrageneric delimitation of Mallotus and Hancea and to compare these genera with the more distantly related Blumeodendron.
Revision of Coelogyne section Verrucosae (Orchidaceae): a new sectional delimitation based on morphological and molecular evidence
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A total evidence analysis of morphological characters and ITS and matK sequence data supports the monophyly of the section as here recognized.
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