Generic relationships and dating of lineages in Winteraceae based on nuclear (ITS) and plastid (rpS16 and psbA-trnH) sequence data.

@article{Marqunez2009GenericRA,
  title={Generic relationships and dating of lineages in Winteraceae based on nuclear (ITS) and plastid (rpS16 and psbA-trnH) sequence data.},
  author={Xavier Marqu{\'i}nez and L. Lohmann and M. L. Salatino and A. Salatino and F. Gonz{\'a}lez},
  journal={Molecular phylogenetics and evolution},
  year={2009},
  volume={53 2},
  pages={
          435-49
        }
}
Phylogenetic analyses of representative species from the five genera of Winteraceae (Drimys, Pseudowintera, Takhtajania, Tasmannia, and Zygogynum s.l.) were performed using ITS nuclear sequences and a combined data-set of ITS+psbA-trnH+rpS16 sequences (sampling of 30 and 15 species, respectively). Indel informativity using simple gap coding or gaps as a fifth character was examined in both data-sets. Parsimony and Bayesian analyses support the monophyly of Drimys, Tasmannia, and Zygogynum s.l… Expand
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