Clues to the evolution of genome size and chromosome number in Tabebuia alliance (Bignoniaceae)

@article{Collevatti2016CluesTT,
  title={Clues to the evolution of genome size and chromosome number in Tabebuia alliance (Bignoniaceae)},
  author={Rosane G Collevatti and Marcelo Carnier Dornelas},
  journal={Plant Systematics and Evolution},
  year={2016},
  volume={302},
  pages={601-607}
}
The 82 genera recognized for Bignoniaceae are organized in eight major tribes, Jacarandeae, Tourrettieae, Tecomeae, Coleeae, Crescentiae, Oroxyleae, Catalpeae and Bignonieae. In addition, a monophyletic group, Crescentiina, including the Tabebuia alliance and the Paleotropical clade is recognized. The Tabebuia alliance, endemic to the Neotropics, includes c. 14 genera of trees and shrubs and is comprised of c. 147 species mainly of the genera Tabebuia and Handroanthus. We measured the nuclear… CONTINUE READING
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