Phylogenetic relationships , taxonomy , and morphological evolution in Dipsacaceae ( Dipsacales ) inferred by DNA sequence data

@inproceedings{Carlson2012PhylogeneticR,
  title={Phylogenetic relationships , taxonomy , and morphological evolution in Dipsacaceae ( Dipsacales ) inferred by DNA sequence data},
  author={Sara E. Carlson and Veronika E Mayer and Michael J. Donoghue},
  year={2012}
}
Dipsacaceae (Dipsacales) contains ca. 300 species of perennial and annual herbs and shrubs that occur primarily in the Mediterranean Basin, with about 20% distributed in Asia and Africa. Members of Dipsacaceae occur in open and relatively dry habitats from sea level to highalpine altitudes, with the exception of a few species that occupy moist meadow habitats. Like other Dipsacales, members of Dipsacaceae have opposite leaves, inferior ovaries, and sympetalous corollas. With members of the… CONTINUE READING
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