Further disintegration of Scrophulariaceae

@article{Oxelman2005FurtherDO,
  title={Further disintegration of Scrophulariaceae},
  author={B. Oxelman and P. Kornhall and R. Olmstead and B. Bremer},
  journal={Taxon},
  year={2005},
  volume={54},
  pages={411-425}
}
A phylogenetic study of plastid DNA sequences (ndhF, trnL/F, and rps16) in Lamiales is presented. In particular, the inclusiveness of Scrophulariaceae sensu APG II is elaborated. Scrophulariaceae in this sense are mainly a southern hemisphere group, which includes Hemimerideae (including Alonsoa, with a few South American species), Myoporeae, the Central American Leucophylleae (including Capraria), Androya, Aptosimeae, Buddlejeae, Teedieae (including Oftia, Dermatobotrys, and Freylinia… Expand

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