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Existing molecular evidence regarding the Nesom Is subtribe Solidagininae ( Asteraceae ) monophyletic ?

@inproceedings{Beck2004ExistingME,
  title={Existing molecular evidence regarding the Nesom Is subtribe Solidagininae ( Asteraceae ) monophyletic ?},
  author={James B. Beck and Guy L. Nesom and Patrick Calie and Gary I. Baird and Randall L. Small and Edward Schilling},
  year={2004}
}
The subtribe Solidagininae was first proposed by Hoffmann (1890), who closely followed Bentham’s (1873) view of the group (as Homochrominae). These early circumscriptions included a disparate range of yellow-rayed Astereae genera that represent at least seven currently recognized subtribes. Further broad-scale classification in this area was minimal until studies of restriction site variation in chloroplast DNA (cpDNA) identified the outlines of two closely related groups of North American… 

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