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Paraphyly in Tribe Onagreae : Insights into Phylogenetic Relationships of Onagraceae Based on Nuclear and Chloroplast Sequence Data

@inproceedings{Achel2004ParaphylyIT,
  title={Paraphyly in Tribe Onagreae : Insights into Phylogenetic Relationships of Onagraceae Based on Nuclear and Chloroplast Sequence Data},
  author={Achel and A L. and Evin and Arren and L. W. and Agner and Eter and C. H. and Och and Illiam and J. H. and Ahn and {\'A}ron and ODRIGUEZ and Avid and A. B. and Aum and Iliana and ATINAS and Lizabeth and A Z. and Immer and Enneth and J. S. and YTSMA},
  year={2004}
}
  • Achel, L. A, +22 authors YTSMA
  • Published 2004
  • Onagraceae are a family of 17 genera in seven tribes, with the majority of species in tribes Onagreae and Epilobieae. Despite the species-richness of these two tribes, to date no phylogenetic study has been done with sufŽcient taxon sampling to examine relationships between and within these tribes. In this study, we used DNA sequence data from one nuclear region (ITS) and two chloroplast regions (trnL-trnF and rps16) to infer phylogenetic relationships among 93 taxa across the family, with… CONTINUE READING

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