Disentangling knots of rapid evolution: origin and diversification of the moss order Hypnales

@article{Huttunen2012DisentanglingKO,
  title={Disentangling knots of rapid evolution: origin and diversification of the moss order Hypnales},
  author={Sanna Huttunen and Neil E Bell and Vera K Bobrova and Volker Buchbender and William R. Buck and Cymon J. Cox and Bernard Goffinet and Lars Heden{\"a}s and Boon Chuan Ho and Michael Ignatov and Michael Krug and Oxana I. Kuznetsova and Irina A. Milyutina and Angela E. Newton and Sanna Olsson and Lisa Pokorny and Jonathan Shaw and Michael Stech and Alexey V. Troitsky and Alain Vanderpoorten and Dietmar Quandt},
  journal={Journal of Bryology},
  year={2012},
  volume={34},
  pages={187 - 211}
}
Abstract The Hypnales are the largest order of mosses comprising approximately 4200 species. Phylogenetic reconstruction within the group has proven to be difficult due to rapid radiation at an early stage of evolution and, consequently, relationships among clades have remained poorly resolved. We compiled data from four sequence regions, namely, nuclear ITS1–5·8S–ITS2, plastid trnL–F and rps4, and mitochondrial nad5, for 122 hypnalean species and 34 species from closely related groups. Tree… Expand
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