Another look at the phylogenetic position of the grape order Vitales: Chloroplast phylogenomics with an expanded sampling of key lineages.

@article{Zhang2016AnotherLA,
  title={Another look at the phylogenetic position of the grape order Vitales: Chloroplast phylogenomics with an expanded sampling of key lineages.},
  author={Ning Zhang and Jun Wen and Elizabeth A. Zimmer},
  journal={Molecular phylogenetics and evolution},
  year={2016},
  volume={101},
  pages={
          216-223
        }
}
Vitales is well-known for including the economically important fruit crop, the wine grape (Vitis vinifera). However, the position of the Vitales in the higher eudicots has been a subject of much debate. It has been variously reported to be sister to the Saxifragales and together as sister to the rest of rosids, or sister to the fabids-malvids clade, or sister to the Santalales, or sister to the fabids-malvids-Saxifragales clade. However, in all of these scenarios, the support values for the… 
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