Intercontinental biogeography of subfamily Orontioideae (Symplocarpus, Lysichiton, and Orontium) of Araceae in Eastern Asia and North America.

@article{Nie2006IntercontinentalBO,
  title={Intercontinental biogeography of subfamily Orontioideae (Symplocarpus, Lysichiton, and Orontium) of Araceae in Eastern Asia and North America.},
  author={Z. Nie and Hang Sun and H. Li and J. Wen},
  journal={Molecular phylogenetics and evolution},
  year={2006},
  volume={40 1},
  pages={
          155-65
        }
}
  • Z. Nie, Hang Sun, +1 author J. Wen
  • Published 2006
  • Biology, Medicine
  • Molecular phylogenetics and evolution
Symplocarpus, Lysichiton, and Orontium (Orontioideae) are three of the few north temperate genera of the primarily tropical Araceae. Symplocarpus is disjunctly distributed in eastern Asia (3 spp.) and eastern North America (1 sp.); Lysichiton has an intercontinental discontinuous distribution in eastern Asia (1 sp.) and northwestern North America (1 sp.); and the monotypic Orontium is restricted to eastern North America. Phylogenetic analysis of the trnL-F and ndhF sequences supports (1) the… Expand
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