Identification of medicinal Dendrobium species by phylogenetic analyses using matK and rbcL sequences

@article{Asahina2009IdentificationOM,
  title={Identification of medicinal Dendrobium species by phylogenetic analyses using matK and rbcL sequences},
  author={Haruka Asahina and Junichi Shinozaki and K. Masuda and Y. Morimitsu and M. Satake},
  journal={Journal of Natural Medicines},
  year={2009},
  volume={64},
  pages={133-138}
}
Species identification of five Dendrobium plants was conducted using phylogenetic analysis and the validity of the method was verified. Some Dendrobium plants (Orchidaceae) have been used as herbal medicines but the difficulty in identifying their botanical origin by traditional methods prevented their full modern utilization. Based on the emerging field of molecular systematics as a powerful classification tool, a phylogenetic analysis was conducted using sequences of two plastid genes, the… Expand
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