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Inferences of biogeographical histories within subfamily Hyacinthoideae using S-DIVA and Bayesian binary MCMC analysis implemented in RASP (Reconstruct Ancestral State in Phylogenies).
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Biogeographical analyses reveal that subfamily Hyacinthoideae has originated in sub-Saharan Africa, and indicates an early dispersal event to the Mediterranean region followed by a vicariance event, which resulted in Hyacintheae and Massonieae tribes.
RASP 4: ancestral state reconstruction tool for multiple genes and characters.
With the continual progress of sequencing techniques, genome-scale data are increasingly used in phylogenetic studies. With more data from throughout the genome, the relationship between genes and
The Chloroplast Genome of Lilium henrici: Genome Structure and Comparative Analysis
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Providing L. henrici genomic resources and the comparative analysis of Lilium chloroplast genomes will be beneficial for the evolutionary study and phylogenetic reconstruction of the genus Lilium, molecular barcoding in population genetics.
Molecular phylogenetics of Pimpinella and allied genera (Apiaceae), with emphasis on Chinese native species, inferred from nrDNA ITS and cpDNA intron sequence data
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Pimpinella is resolved as non-monophyletic, yet the monophyly of a Piminella ‘ core group ’ in tribe Pimpinelleae is strongly supported, and most Chinese native Pimpineella species fall within this core group; the other Chinese species examined appear in four other tribes within the subfamily.
Genetic structure and post‐glacial expansion of Cornus florida L. (Cornaceae): integrative evidence from phylogeography, population demographic history, and species distribution modeling
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This study demonstrates the benefit of integrating genetic data and species distribution modeling to obtain corroborative evidence in elucidating recent biogeographic history and understanding of genetic patterns and species evolution.
Historical biogeography of the Angelica group (Apiaceae tribe Selineae) inferred from analyses of nrDNA and cpDNA sequences
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Considering elevational reconstructions, the differential responses to altitude appear to be the primary factor explaining the recent radiation of the Angelica group in the eastern Himalayas.
The complete chloroplast genome of Isoetes yunguiensis (Isoetaceae), a rare and endangered fern endemic to China
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A maximum-likelihood phylogenetic analysis revealed that I. yunguiensis was closely related to I. butleri, I. engelmannii,I.
A transcriptome-based study on the phylogeny and evolution for taxonomic controversial subfamily Apioideae (Apiaceae).
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This study resolves a controversial phylogenetic relationship in Apioideae based on 3351 SCGs and coalescent-based species tree estimate methods and provides new insights into the morphological evolution of this subfamily, which may contribute to a better understanding of species diversification in ApIOideae.
Insights into phylogeny, age and evolution of Allium (Amaryllidaceae) based on the whole plastome sequences.
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This is the first study that conducted phylogenetic and evolutionary analyses on the genus Allium combined with the plastome and morphological and cytological data and detected a well-supported phylogenetic relationship of Allium.
Whole-genome duplication and molecular evolution in Cornus L. (Cornaceae) – Insights from transcriptome sequences
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Dramatic increase in sea surface temperature in the late Cretaceous may have contributed to the evolution and diversification of flowering plants, and demonstrates the value of transcriptome data for understanding genome evolution in closely related species.
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