Cladistic and Biogeographic Analyses of the Genera Moscharia and Polyachyrus (Asteraceae, Mutisieae)

@inproceedings{Katinas2000CladisticAB,
  title={Cladistic and Biogeographic Analyses of the Genera Moscharia and Polyachyrus (Asteraceae, Mutisieae)},
  author={L. Katinas and J. Crisci},
  year={2000}
}
  • L. Katinas, J. Crisci
  • Published 2000
  • Biology
  • Abstract The genera Moscharia (two species) and Polyachyrus (seven species) form a monophyletic group within tribe Mutisieae, subtribe Nassauviinae, defined by the leaves with auricles at their bases, and the capitula with 1-seriate involucre. A cladistic analysis of the species of the two genera was carried out using 22 characters from life cycle, external morphology, pollen, and trichomes. Polarity of the characters was based on the outgroup comparison method. One cladogram was produced, with… CONTINUE READING
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