Dispersal is associated with morphological innovation, but not increased diversification, in Cyphostemma (Vitaceae)

@article{Hearn2018DispersalIA,
  title={Dispersal is associated with morphological innovation, but not increased diversification, in Cyphostemma (Vitaceae)},
  author={David J Hearn and M. Evans and B. Wolf and Michael McGinty and J. Wen},
  journal={Journal of Systematics and Evolution},
  year={2018},
  volume={56}
}
Multiple processes − including dispersal, morphological innovation, and habitat change − are frequently cited as catalysts for increased diversification. We investigate these processes and the causal linkages among them in the genus Cyphostemma (Vitaceae), a clade comprising ∼200 species that is unique in the Vitaceae for its diversity of growth habits. We reconstruct time‐calibrated evolutionary relationships among 64 species in the genus using five nuclear and chloroplast markers and infer… Expand
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