Molecular phylogeny of Camphorosmeae ( Camphorosmoideae , Chenopodiaceae ) : Implications for biogeography , evolution of C 4-photosynthesis and taxonomy

@inproceedings{Kadereit2011MolecularPO,
  title={Molecular phylogeny of Camphorosmeae ( Camphorosmoideae , Chenopodiaceae ) : Implications for biogeography , evolution of C 4-photosynthesis and taxonomy},
  author={Gudrun Kadereit and H. Paul Freitag},
  year={2011}
}
Camphorosmeae constitute a species-rich tribe of Chenopodiaceae-Camphorosmoideae that consists mostly of subshrubs and annuals, distributed in steppes and semi-deserts of Australia, Eurasia, North Africa, southern Africa and North America. We study (1) the relationships of Camphorosmeae to major lineages of the closely related Salsoloideae and (2) the diversification of the tribe with focus on the non-Australian members using sequence variation of five different markers (rbcL gene, ndhF gene… CONTINUE READING

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