Contribution of genosystematics to current concepts of phylogeny and classification of bryophytes

@article{Troitsky2007ContributionOG,
  title={Contribution of genosystematics to current concepts of phylogeny and classification of bryophytes},
  author={Alexey V. Troitsky and Michael S. Ignatov and Vera K Bobrova and Irina A. Milyutina},
  journal={Biochemistry (Moscow)},
  year={2007},
  volume={72},
  pages={1368-1376}
}
This paper is a survey of the current state of molecular studies on bryophyte phylogeny. Molecular data have greatly contributed to developing a phylogeny and classification of bryophytes. The previous traditional systems of classification based on morphological data are being significantly revised. New data of the authors are presented on phylogeny of Hypnales pleurocarpous mosses inferred from nucleotide sequence data of the nuclear DNA internal transcribed spacers ITS1-2 and the trnL-F… Expand
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