Phylogeny of the Genus Phaseolus (Leguminosae): A Recent Diversification in an Ancient Landscape

@inproceedings{DelgadoSalinas2006PhylogenyOT,
  title={Phylogeny of the Genus Phaseolus (Leguminosae): A Recent Diversification in an Ancient Landscape},
  author={Alfonso Delgado-Salinas and Ryan Bibler and Matt Lavin},
  year={2006}
}
Abstract A combined parsimony analysis of the species of Phaseolus and closely related New World genera was performed with sequences from the nuclear ribosomal ITS/5.8 S and plastid trnK loci. Species relationships are resolved with high parsimony bootstrap support at all hierarchical levels. All species of Phaseolus, except five enigmatic ones, belong to one of eight clades. These eight clades show some morphological, ecological, or biogeographical distinction, and are informally recognized in… Expand
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