Circumscription and phylogeny of Apiaceae subfamily Saniculoideae based on chloroplast DNA sequences.

  title={Circumscription and phylogeny of Apiaceae subfamily Saniculoideae based on chloroplast DNA sequences.},
  author={C. I. Calvi{\~n}o and S. Downie},
  journal={Molecular phylogenetics and evolution},
  volume={44 1},
  • C. I. Calviño, S. Downie
  • Published 2007
  • Biology, Medicine
  • Molecular phylogenetics and evolution
  • An estimate of phylogenetic relationships within Apiaceae subfamily Saniculoideae was inferred using data from the chloroplast DNA trnQ-trnK 5'-exon region to clarify the circumscription of the subfamily and to assess the monophyly of its constituent genera. Ninety-one accessions representing 14 genera and 82 species of Apiaceae were examined, including the genera Steganotaenia, Polemanniopsis, and Lichtensteinia which have been traditionally treated in subfamily Apioideae but determined in… CONTINUE READING
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