A global plastid phylogeny of the fern genus Asplenium (Aspleniaceae)

@article{Xu2020AGP,
  title={A global plastid phylogeny of the fern genus Asplenium (Aspleniaceae)},
  author={Ke‐Wang Xu and Liang Zhang and Carl J. Rothfels and Alan R. Smith and Ronald Louis Leo Viane and David H. Lorence and Kenneth R. Wood and Cheng-Wei Chen and Ralf Knapp and Lin Zhou and Ngan Thi Lu and Xin-Mao Zhou and Hong‐Jin Wei and Qiang Fan and Sufang Chen and Daniele Cicuzza and Xin‐Fen Gao and Wenbo Liao and Li‐Bing Zhang},
  journal={Cladistics},
  year={2020},
  volume={36}
}
The infrageneric relationships and taxonomy of the largest fern genus, Asplenium (Aspleniaceae), have remained poorly understood. Previous studies have focused mainly on specific species complexes involving a few or dozens of species only, or have achieved a large taxon sampling but only one plastid marker was used. In the present study, DNA sequences from six plastid markers (atpB, rbcL, rps4, rps4‐trnS, trnL and trnL‐F) of 1030 accessions (616 of them newly sequenced here) representing c. 420… 
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