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Comparative chloroplast genomics and phylogenetics of Fagopyrum esculentum ssp. ancestrale – A wild ancestor of cultivated buckwheat
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Comparative genomics analyses revealed that the Fagopyrum chloroplast genome harbors the characteristic gene content and organization as has been described for several other chloropLast genomes, however, it has some unique structural features distinct from previously reported complete chlorop last genome sequences. Expand
Phylogeny of the genus Lotus (Leguminosae, Loteae): evidence from nrITS sequences and morphology
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Adding morphological data to the nrITS matrix produces a better resolved phylogeny of Lotus, and previous findings that Dorycnium and Tetragonolobus cannot be separated from Lotus at the generic level are well supported. Expand
Complete Sequence of the Duckweed (Lemna minor) Chloroplast Genome: Structural Organization and Phylogenetic Relationships to Other Angiosperms
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The phylogenetic analyses of 61 protein-coding genes from 38 plastid genome sequences provided strong support for the monophyly ofmonocots and position of Lemna as the next diverging lineage of monocots after Acorales, and provided support for Amborella as a sister to all other angiosperms, but in the bayesian phylogeny inference. Expand
New data on nrITS phylogeny of Lotus (Leguminosae, Loteae)
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Some new nrITS sequences of Lotus are produced and added to the data set analysed in Degtjareva et al. (2006), finding molecular divergence is weak within the /Pedrosia clade, where the morphological divergence is especially high. Expand
Organization of chloroplast psbA-trnH intergenic spacer in dicotyledonous angiosperms of the family umbelliferae
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The features revealed in spacer organization allow it as phylogenetic marker, and indels seem to be more informative for analyses than nucleotide substitutions, however, high conservation among closely related taxa and occurrence of homoplastic inversions in the stem-loop structure limit its application as DNA barcode. Expand
Molecular appraisal of Bunium and some related arid and subarid geophilic Apiaceae–Apioideae taxa of the Ancient Mediterranean
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This study revealed that molecular, morphological and karyological data reveal similar patterns in the taxa studied, and suggests that Bunium spp. Expand
Molecular data (nrITS-sequencing) reveal relationships among Iranian endemic taxa of the Umbelliferae
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New molecular data have cleared up systematic questions in some taxonomically uncertain Iranian Umbelliferae, showing that Calyptrosciadium belongs to Komarovia -clade, having long-distant geographical disjunction. Expand
What is Seseli diffusum? A comparative morphological and molecular appraisal of a critical species of the Umbelliferae
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Comparison with certain other species of Seseli and several provisionally related Apieae genera showed a close affinity of S. diffusum to the genus Psammogeton and more distant relationships with some species of Trachyspermum, clearly polyphyletic genus. Expand
Complete Plastid Genome of the Recent Holoparasite Lathraea squamaria Reveals Earliest Stages of Plastome Reduction in Orobanchaceae
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The plastid genome of Lathraea squamaria, a holoparasitic plant from Orobanchaceae, is reported, and it is found that in this plant the degree of plastome reduction is the least among non-photosynthetic plants. Expand
Inflorescence and Early Flower Development in Loteae (Leguminosae) in a Phylogenetic and Taxonomic Context
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Monosymmetric umbels of Loteae (including the model legume Lotus japonicus) could be useful for investigating genetic control of symmetry in structures of hierarchic levels higher than flowers. Expand
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