Molecular phylogeny of Ranunculaceae based on rbc L sequences

@article{Cai2010MolecularPO,
  title={Molecular phylogeny of Ranunculaceae based on rbc L sequences},
  author={Ying-fan Cai and Sheng-Wei Li and Min Chen and Ming-feng Jiang and Yi Liu and Yong-fang Xie and Quan Sun and Huai-zhong Jiang and Neng-wen Yin and Ling Wang and Rui Kai Zhang and Cheng-lin Huang and Kairong Lei},
  journal={Biologia},
  year={2010},
  volume={65},
  pages={997-1003}
}
A phylogenetic tree was constructed by sequencing rbcL genes of 33 species representing 19 genera of Ranunculaceae, and three related species, Mahonia bealei, Mahonia fortunei and Nandina domestica. The results showed that the rbcL sequences of these Ranunculaceae range from 1,346 bp to 1,393 bp. The results based on the phylogenetic tree indicated that Caltha and Trollius should not be put in the same tribe, and a close relationship between Adonis and Trollius is supported by our research… CONTINUE READING

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