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'At the crossroads towards polyploidy': Genomic divergence and extent of homoploid hybridization are drivers for the formation of the ox-eye daisy polyploid complex (Leucanthemum,
Polyploidy plays a paramount role in phytodiversity, but the causes of this evolutionary pathway require further study. Here, we use phylogenetic methods to examine possible polyploidy-promotingExpand
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GinJinn: An object‐detection pipeline for automated feature extraction from herbarium specimens
Premise The generation of morphological data in evolutionary, taxonomic, and ecological studies of plants using herbarium material has traditionally been a labor‐intensive task. Recent progress inExpand
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Multi-locus phylogenetic reconstructions reveal ample reticulate relationships among genera in Anthemideae subtribe Handeliinae (Compositae)
In order to clarify the phylogenetic relationships among the genera of Compositae-Anthemideae subtribe Handeliinae, we analysed sequence variation on both the plastidic (cpDNA trnL-rpl32 intergenicExpand
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Taming the Red Bastards: Hybridisation and species delimitation in the Rhodanthemum arundanum-group (Compositae, Anthemideae).
Delineating species boundaries in a group of recently diverged lineages is challenging due minor morphological differences, low genetic differentiation and the occurrence of gene flow among taxa.Expand
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Correction to: Multi‑locus phylogenetic reconstructions reveal ample reticulate relationships among genera in Anthemideae subtribe Handeliinae (Compositae)
Unfortunately, the 3rd author affiliation was incorrectly published in the original publication.
Pleistocene shaping of genetic diversity in a monsoon-affected environment: the case of Gymnosporia (Celastraceae) in the southern Arabian Peninsula
The Gymnosporia dhofarensis complex (Celastraceae) consists of the closely related taxa G. dhofarensis (Sebsebe) Jordaan and G. parviflora (Vahl) Chiov. and occurs in the fragmented and isolatedExpand