Comparative wood anatomy of the Cupressaceae and correspondence with phylogeny, with special reference to the monotypic taxa

@article{RomnJordn2016ComparativeWA,
  title={Comparative wood anatomy of the Cupressaceae and correspondence with phylogeny, with special reference to the monotypic taxa},
  author={E. Rom{\'a}n-Jord{\'a}n and L. G. Esteban and P. Palacios and F. G. Fern{\'a}ndez},
  journal={Plant Systematics and Evolution},
  year={2016},
  volume={303},
  pages={203-219}
}
Wood anatomy is one of the tools used for taxonomic classification of species. By combining this tool with molecular phylogeny, the current groupings made in morphological studies can be discussed. This study describes the wood anatomy of the monotypic genera of Cupressaceae and analyses the features that could represent synapomorphies of the principal clades recovered by molecular phylogeny. The wood anatomical study shows the high homogeneity of this family, revealing the presence of common… Expand
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