Seed Plant Relationships and the Systematic Position of Gnetales Based on Nuclear and Chloroplast DNA: Conflicting Data, Rooting Problems, and the Monophyly of Conifers

@article{Rydin2002SeedPR,
  title={Seed Plant Relationships and the Systematic Position of Gnetales Based on Nuclear and Chloroplast DNA: Conflicting Data, Rooting Problems, and the Monophyly of Conifers},
  author={C. Rydin and M. K{\"a}llersj{\"o} and E. M. Friis},
  journal={International Journal of Plant Sciences},
  year={2002},
  volume={163},
  pages={197 - 214}
}
We investigated the systematic position of Gnetales and other seed plant groups using molecular data from 119 land plant species. More than 100 new sequences of rbcL, atpB, 26S, and 18S ribosomal DNA were analyzed together with available GenBank sequences. To evaluate thoroughly the phylogenetic information of each gene, the four data sets were analyzed both separately and combined using different character coding. We found no supported conflict between codon positions in the plastid sequences… Expand
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