Polyphyly of the grass tribe Hainardieae (Poaceae: Pooideae): identification of its different lineages based on molecular phylogenetics, including morphological and cytogenetic characteristics

@article{Schneider2012PolyphylyOT,
  title={Polyphyly of the grass tribe Hainardieae (Poaceae: Pooideae): identification of its different lineages based on molecular phylogenetics, including morphological and cytogenetic characteristics},
  author={Julia Schneider and Grit Winterfeld and Martin R{\"o}ser},
  journal={Organisms Diversity \& Evolution},
  year={2012},
  volume={12},
  pages={113-132}
}
The small pooid grass tribe Hainardieae comprises six genera with approximately ten species; however, this tribe was not accepted by all previous taxonomic treatments. To study the relationships among these genera and to infer the phylogeny and evolutionary patterns, we used sequence variation of the internal transcribed spacers (ITS) of nuclear ribosomal and chloroplast (cp) matK DNA and morphology. Many genera of the Aveneae/Poeae tribe complex additionally were included. Both molecular… 
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