Phylogeny of Catalpa (Bignoniaceae) inferred from sequences of chloroplast ndhF and nuclear ribosomal DNA

@article{Li2008PhylogenyOC,
  title={Phylogeny of Catalpa (Bignoniaceae) inferred from sequences of chloroplast ndhF and nuclear ribosomal DNA},
  author={Jianhua Li},
  journal={Journal of Systematics and Evolution},
  year={2008},
  volume={46},
  pages={341-348}
}
  • Jianhua Li
  • Published 2008
  • Biology
  • Journal of Systematics and Evolution
Phylogenetics of Chilopsis and Catalpa (Bignoniaceae) was elucidated based on sequences of chloro- plast ndhF and the nrDNA ITS region. In Bignoniaceae, Chilopsis and Catalpa are most closely related as sister genera. Our data supported section Macrocatalpa of the West Indies and section Catalpa of eastern Asian and North American continents. Within section Catalpa, Catalpa ovata of eastern Asia form a clade with North American species, C. speciosa and C. bignonioides, while the other eastern… Expand

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