A reassessment of tribal affinities of Cratystylis and Haegiela (Asteraceae) based on three chloroplast DNA sequences

@article{Bayer2003ARO,
  title={A reassessment of tribal affinities of Cratystylis and Haegiela (Asteraceae) based on three chloroplast DNA sequences},
  author={Randall James Bayer and Edward William Cross},
  journal={Plant Systematics and Evolution},
  year={2003},
  volume={236},
  pages={207-220}
}
Abstract. The tribal affinities of Cratystylis and Haegiela were assessed using three chloroplast DNA sequences, the trnL/F spacer, the trnL intron and the matK coding region. The outgroup was represented by two species of the subfamily Barnadesioideae, whereas one to seven genera (45 species including Cratystylis and Haegiela) of the tribes of the Asteroideae [Anthemideae (6 genera), Astereae (7), Calenduleae (2), Gnaphalieae (7), Heliantheae s.l. (5), Inuleae s.str. (3), Plucheeae (3… 

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