Out of Africa: Miocene dispersal, vicariance, and extinction within Hyacinthaceae subfamily Urgineoideae.

@article{Ali2013OutOA,
  title={Out of Africa: Miocene dispersal, vicariance, and extinction within Hyacinthaceae subfamily Urgineoideae.},
  author={S. S. Ali and M. Pfosser and W. Wetschnig and Mario Mart{\'i}nez-Azor{\'i}n and M. B. Crespo and Y. Yu},
  journal={Journal of integrative plant biology},
  year={2013},
  volume={55 10},
  pages={
          950-64
        }
}
Disjunct distribution patterns in plant lineages are usually explained according to three hypotheses: vicariance, geodispersal, and long-distance dispersal. The role of these hypotheses is tested in Urgineoideae (Hyacinthaceae), a subfamily disjunctly distributed in Africa, Madagascar, India, and the Mediterranean region. The potential ancestral range, dispersal routes, and factors responsible for the current distribution in Urgineoideae are investigated using divergence time estimations… Expand
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