Relationships within Myrtaceae sensu lato based on a matK phylogeny

@article{Wilson2004RelationshipsWM,
  title={Relationships within Myrtaceae sensu lato based on a matK phylogeny},
  author={Peter G. Wilson and Marcelle M. O'Brien and Margaret M. Heslewood and Christopher J. Quinn},
  journal={Plant Systematics and Evolution},
  year={2004},
  volume={251},
  pages={3-19}
}
Abstract.Parsimony analysis of matK sequence data from 81 taxa representing 68 genera of Myrtaceae sensu lato, and a representative of each of three related families as outgroups, produced an estimate of the phylogeny of the family with little basal resolution but a number of well-supported clades containing most of the genera. Monophyly of Myrtaceae sensu stricto has moderate support but a broader circumscription, including the small genera Psiloxylon and Heteropyxis that are frequently placed… 

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