Phylogeny and classification ofFumariaceae, with emphasis onDicentra s. l., based on the plastid generps16 intron

@article{Lidn2004PhylogenyAC,
  title={Phylogeny and classification ofFumariaceae, with emphasis onDicentra s. l., based on the plastid generps16 intron},
  author={Magnus Lid{\'e}n and Tatsundo Fukuhara and John Emory . Rylander and Bengt Oxelman},
  journal={Plant Systematics and Evolution},
  year={2004},
  volume={206},
  pages={411-420}
}
The phylogeny ofFumariaceae, as inferred fromrps16 intron sequences, is compared with morphological data, and nrDNA-ITS. The different data sets are largely congruent and indicate that (1)Dicentra and the tribeCorydaleae as hitherto circumscribed are polyphyletic, (2)Lamprocapnos (=Dicentra spectabilis) is sister group to the rest of subfam.Fumarioideae, (3)Ehrendorferia, gen. nov. (=Dicentra chrysantha andD. ochroleuca) is basal in the latter group, (4) the morphologically aberrantIchtyoselmis… Expand

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