Pleistocene radiation of the serpentine-adapted genus Hesperolinon and other divergence times in Linaceae (Malpighiales).

@article{Schneider2016PleistoceneRO,
  title={Pleistocene radiation of the serpentine-adapted genus Hesperolinon and other divergence times in Linaceae (Malpighiales).},
  author={Adam C Schneider and William A. Freyman and C. M. Guilliams and Yuri P Springer and B. Baldwin},
  journal={American journal of botany},
  year={2016},
  volume={103 2},
  pages={
          221-32
        }
}
  • Adam C Schneider, William A. Freyman, +2 authors B. Baldwin
  • Published 2016
  • Biology, Medicine
  • American journal of botany
  • PREMISE OF THE STUDY Hesperolinon (western flax; Linaceae) is endemic to the western United States, where it is notable for its high and geographically concentrated species diversity on serpentine-derived soils and for its use as a model system in disease ecology. We used a phylogenetic framework to test a long-standing hypothesis that Hesperolinon is a neoendemic radiation. METHODS Five plastid and two ribosomal nuclear DNA gene regions were sampled from 105 populations of Hesperolinon… CONTINUE READING
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