Ribes (Grossulariaceae) phylogeny as indicated by restriction-site polymorphisms of PCR-amplified chloroplast DNA

@article{Messinger2004RibesP,
  title={Ribes (Grossulariaceae) phylogeny as indicated by restriction-site polymorphisms of PCR-amplified chloroplast DNA},
  author={Wes Messinger and K. Hummer and A. Liston},
  journal={Plant Systematics and Evolution},
  year={2004},
  volume={217},
  pages={185-195}
}
We surveyed exemplars from all 12 infrageneric taxa ofRibes (Grossulariaceae) for restriction site variation in two cpDNA regions, fromrbcL toaccD and fromrpoC1 torpoC2, in order to develop an explicit phylogenetic hypothesis and to assess the validity of infrageneric classifications. Maximum parsimony analysis resolves sect.Ribes (red currants), sect.Berisia (European alpine currants), sect.Symphocalyx (golden currants), sect.Grossularia plus sect.Grossularioides (true gooseberries and spiny… Expand

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