Polyphyletism of Celastrales deduced from a chloroplast noncoding DNA region.

@article{Savolainen1997PolyphyletismOC,
  title={Polyphyletism of Celastrales deduced from a chloroplast noncoding DNA region.},
  author={V. Savolainen and R. Spichiger and J. Manen},
  journal={Molecular phylogenetics and evolution},
  year={1997},
  volume={7 2},
  pages={
          145-57
        }
}
In a previous study we examined the phylogeny of four families related to the angiosperm order Celastrales based on chloroplast rbcL 5' flanking sequences. We have added here several additional dicots, sampled from 6 of the 7 families of Celastrales sensu Cronquist and 19 putatively related genera. Based on a cladistic analysis of these DNA sequences, the order Celastrales appears polyphyletic: it is here restricted to Celastraceae (including Hippocrateaceae and Brexia) with Parnassia as sister… Expand
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