Phylogenetic split of Larix: evidence from paternally inherited cpDNA trnT-trnF region

  title={Phylogenetic split of Larix: evidence from paternally inherited cpDNA trnT-trnF region},
  author={X.X. Wei and X.-Q. Wang},
  journal={Plant Systematics and Evolution},
A molecular phylogeny of Larix comprising 12 species was constructed from the sequence analysis of the paternally inherited cpDNA trnT-trnF region of 46 individuals. The most parsimonious tree split Larix into three sister clades: one clade was composed of two North American species, the other two were short-bracted and long-bracted species of Eurasia respectively except that L. sibirica was clustered in the long-bracted clade. The difference between the present cpDNA phylogeny and previous… 

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