PHYLOGENY, CONCERTED CONVERGENCE, AND PHYLOGENETIC NICHE CONSERVATISM IN THE CORE LILIALES: INSIGHTS FROM rbcL AND ndhF SEQUENCE DATA

@article{Patterson2002PHYLOGENYCC,
  title={PHYLOGENY, CONCERTED CONVERGENCE, AND PHYLOGENETIC NICHE CONSERVATISM IN THE CORE LILIALES: INSIGHTS FROM rbcL AND ndhF SEQUENCE DATA},
  author={Thomas B. Patterson and Thomas J. Givnish},
  journal={Evolution},
  year={2002},
  volume={56}
}
Abstract Calochortus and the family Liliaceae s.s. have often been considered each other's closest relatives, based partly on their shared possession of bulbs, visually showy flowers, winged wind‐dispersed seeds, and narrow parallel‐veined leaves. We present a well‐supported molecular phylogeny for these groups and their close relatives in the core Liliales, based on sequence variation in the chloroplast‐encoded rbcL and ndhF genes. This analysis identifies Liliaceae s.s. as monophyletic… 
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