Anatomía foliar comparada y relaciones filogenéticas de 11 especies de Laeliinae con énfasis en Brassavola (Orchidaceae)

@article{NogueraSavelli2011AnatomaFC,
  title={Anatom{\'i}a foliar comparada y relaciones filogen{\'e}ticas de 11 especies de Laeliinae con {\'e}nfasis en Brassavola (Orchidaceae)},
  author={Eliana Noguera-Savelli and Damelis J{\'a}uregui},
  journal={Revista De Biologia Tropical},
  year={2011},
  volume={59},
  pages={1047-1059}
}
Comparative leaf anatomy and phylogenetic relationships of 11 species of Laeliinae with emphasis on Brassavola (Orchidaceae). Brassavola inhabits a wide altitude range and habitat types from Northern Mexico to Northern Argentina. Classification schemes in plants have normally used vegetative and floral characters, but when species are very similar, as in this genus, conflicts arise in species delimitation, and alternative methods should be applied. In this study we explored the taxonomic and… 

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