Phylogeny inLabiatae s. l., inferred from cpDNA sequences

@article{Wagstaff2004PhylogenyIS,
  title={Phylogeny inLabiatae s. l., inferred from cpDNA sequences},
  author={Steven J. Wagstaff and Laura Hickerson and Russell E. Spangler and Patrick A. Reeves and Richard G. Olmstead},
  journal={Plant Systematics and Evolution},
  year={2004},
  volume={209},
  pages={265-274}
}
Sequences ofrbcL andndhF were analysed independently and in combination to resolve phylogenetic relationships inLabiatae s. l. Monophyly ofLabiatae s. l was supported by all three analyses.Congea tomentosa (Symphoremataceae) is nested withinLabiatae s. l. in therbcL analysis, but emerges as the sister group ofLabiatae s. l. in thendhF and combined analyses. Four noteworthy clades ofLabiate s. l. also are supported by all analyses corresponding to subfamiliesNepetoideae, Lamioideae… Expand

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