A plastid gene phylogeny of the non-photosynthetic parasitic Orobanche (Orobanchaceae) and related genera

@article{Park2008APG,
  title={A plastid gene phylogeny of the non-photosynthetic parasitic Orobanche (Orobanchaceae) and related genera},
  author={Jeongmee Park and J. Manen and A. Colwell and G. Schneeweiss},
  journal={Journal of Plant Research},
  year={2008},
  volume={121},
  pages={365-376}
}
The phylogenetic relationships of the non-photosynthetic Orobanche sensu lato (Orobanchaceae), which includes some of the economically most important parasitic weeds, remain insufficiently understood and controversial. This concerns both the phylogenetic relationships within the genus, in particular its monophyly or lack thereof, and the relationships to other holoparasitic genera such as Cistanche or Conopholis. Here we present the first comprehensive phylogenetic study of this group based on… Expand
PHYLOGENETIC RELATIONSHIPS WITHIN OROBANCHE
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