Morphological Character Evolution of Amorphophallus (Araceae) Based on a Combined Phylogenetic Analysis of trnL, rbcL and LEAFY Second Intron Sequences

@inproceedings{Sedayu2010MorphologicalCE,
  title={Morphological Character Evolution of Amorphophallus (Araceae) Based on a Combined Phylogenetic Analysis of trnL, rbcL and LEAFY Second Intron Sequences},
  author={Agung Sedayu and Marcel C. M. Eurlings and Barbara Gravendeel and Wilbert Leonard Anna Hetterscheid},
  year={2010}
}
The species-rich Aroid genus Amorphophallus currently encompasses ca. 200 species distributed throughout the (paleo)tropics, from West Africa, the western border, eastward into Polynesia and southeastward to Australia (1 species). The eastern distribution border is due to the cultivated species A. paeoniifolius, which might not represent a natural distributional border. The northernmost border of the genus is situated in the tropical and subtropical areas of Central Asia, China, and South Japan… CONTINUE READING

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