Phylogeny and Classification of Lejeuneaceae Subtribe Cheilolejeuneinae (Marchantiophyta) Based on Nuclear and Plastid Molecular Markers

@inproceedings{Ye2015PhylogenyAC,
  title={Phylogeny and Classification of Lejeuneaceae Subtribe Cheilolejeuneinae (Marchantiophyta) Based on Nuclear and Plastid Molecular Markers},
  author={Wen Ye and S. Gradstein and A. J. Shaw and B. Shaw and B. Ho and A. SCH{\"A}FER-VERWIMP and T. Pócs and J. Heinrichs and R. Zhu},
  year={2015}
}
Abstract Cheilolejeuneinae is an early diverging lineage of Lejeuneaceae tribe Lejeuneeae with a pantropical distribution. The current phylogeny and classification of this subtribe is based on morphological and limited-sampling molecular studies. Here we present a molecular phylogeny of Cheilolejeuneinae and related lineages based on maximum parsimony and maximum likelihood analyses, as well as Bayesian inference of two chloroplast regions (trnL-F, trnG) and the nuclear ribosomal ITS1-5.8S… Expand
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