An integrated molecular and morphological study of the subfamily Suaedoideae Ulbr. (Chenopodiaceae)

@article{Schtze2003AnIM,
  title={An integrated molecular and morphological study of the subfamily Suaedoideae Ulbr. (Chenopodiaceae)},
  author={Paul Sch{\"u}tze and Helmut Freitag and Kurt Weising},
  journal={Plant Systematics and Evolution},
  year={2003},
  volume={239},
  pages={257-286}
}
Abstract.As part of an ongoing project on the phylogeny and taxonomy of Chenopodiaceae with emphasis on the evolution of photosynthetic pathways, we sequenced the nuclear ribosomal ITS region and two chloroplast DNA regions (atpB-rbcL and psbB-psbH) of 43 taxa belonging to subfamily Suaedoideae (Chenopodiaceae). Our sampling covered 41 of c. 82 known species and subspecies of Suaeda, beside several taxa not yet described, the monotypic genera Bienertia and Borszczowia as well as some… 

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