Biogeography and divergence time estimates of woody bamboos: insights in the evolution of Neotropical bamboos

@inproceedings{RuizSanchez2011BiogeographyAD,
  title={Biogeography and divergence time estimates of woody bamboos: insights in the evolution of Neotropical bamboos},
  author={Eduardo Ruiz-Sanchez},
  year={2011}
}
The Neotropical woody bamboos are a monophyletic lineage with three subtribes in the Bambusoideae: Arthrostylidiinae, Chusqueinae and Guaduainae. The geographical distribution of these subtribes extends from Mexico, Central America, Caribbean Islands, to South America. In order to understand the biogeographical patterns and origin of these bamboos, a phylogeny of Neotropical woody bamboos was first inferred. Then divergence time estimation of particular nodes using a Bayesian approach and… CONTINUE READING

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