Pattern of Variation and Systematics of Nymphaea odorata : I . Evidence from Morphology and Inter-Simple Sequence Repeats ( ISSRs )

@inproceedings{Woods2005PatternOV,
  title={Pattern of Variation and Systematics of Nymphaea odorata : I . Evidence from Morphology and Inter-Simple Sequence Repeats ( ISSRs )},
  author={K M Woods and Khidir W. Hilu and John H. Wiersema and Thomas Borsch},
  year={2005}
}
Nymphaea odorata, Nymphaeaceae, is the most widely distributed water-lily in North America. Disagreement exists on whether this morphologically variable species should be split into two species, N. odorata and N. tuberosa, or treated as one species with two subspecies. Morphological characters and markers from the inter-simple sequence repeats (ISSRs) were examined to assess taxonomic status and elucidate patterns of genetic variation among populations. This study provides evidence against… CONTINUE READING
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