Classification and Evolution of the Family Gentianaceae

@inproceedings{Struwe2014ClassificationAE,
  title={Classification and Evolution of the Family Gentianaceae},
  author={L. Struwe},
  year={2014}
}
This chapter reviews research progress and resulting changes in classification in the Gentian family since the worldwide revision in 2002. Currently, the Gentianaceae includes 99 genera and approximately 1,736 species. The tribal classification still stands, but there have been some important changes of genus delimitations based on new evolutionary work. This includes reclassifications of poly- or paraphyletic genera (e.g., Canscora, Centaurium, Fagraea, Sebaea) that have led to the description… Expand
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