Phylogeny and Phylogenetic Nomenclature of the Campanulidae Based on an Expanded Sample of Genes and Taxa

@inproceedings{Tank2010PhylogenyAP,
  title={Phylogeny and Phylogenetic Nomenclature of the Campanulidae Based on an Expanded Sample of Genes and Taxa},
  author={David C. Tank and Michael J. Donoghue},
  year={2010}
}
Abstract Previous attempts to resolve relationships among the primary lineages of Campanulidae (e.g. Apiales, Asterales, Dipsacales) have mostly been unconvincing, and the placement of a number of smaller groups (e.g. Bruniaceae, Columelliaceae, Escalloniaceae) remains uncertain. [] Key Method Here we build on a recent analysis of an incomplete data set that was assembled from the literature for a set of 50 campanulid taxa.

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