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Diversification of almonds, peaches, plums and cherries - molecular systematics and biogeographic history of Prunus (Rosaceae).
Most previous molecular phylogenetic studies of Prunus have been conducted primarily with crop species and their close relatives. As the center of crop diversity of the genus is in Eurasia, theExpand
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Merging Maddenia with the morphologically diverse Prunus (Rosaceae)
Maddenia (Rosaceae) has been distinguished from Prunus on the basis of its tepaloid perianth and one- to two-carpellate gynoecium. These distinctive morphological traits nonetheless overlap withExpand
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A phylogeny of Photinia sensu lato (Rosaceae) and related genera based on nrITS and cpDNA analysis
Photinia Lindl. sensu lato including Photinia, Pourthiaea, Stranvaesia and Aronia, occurs primarily in eastern and southeastern Asia, eastern North America, and Central America. However, genericExpand
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The Bitter and the Sweet: Inference of Homology and Evolution of Leaf Glands in Prunus (Rosaceae) through Anatomy, Micromorphology, and Ancestral–Character State Reconstruction
Distinctive and diagnostic leaf glands occur in diverse forms and positions in Prunus. However, barely any studies have been conducted to document and examine these forms. Leaf glands in PrunusExpand
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Multiple Events of Allopolyploidy in the Evolution of the Racemose Lineages in Prunus (Rosaceae) Based on Integrated Evidence from Nuclear and Plastid Data
Prunus is an economically important genus well-known for cherries, plums, almonds, and peaches. The genus can be divided into three major groups based on inflorescence structure and ploidy levels:Expand
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Performance of Zoysia spp. and Axonopus compressus Turf on Turf-Paver Complex under Simulated Traffic
Vehicular traffic on turf results in loss of green cover due to direct tearing of shoots and indirect long-term soil compaction. Protection of turfgrass crowns from wear could increase the ability ofExpand