Status of Reseda pentagyna Abdallah & A.G. Miller (Resedaceae) inferred from combined nuclear ribosomal and chloroplast sequence data

@article{Ali2013StatusOR,
  title={Status of Reseda pentagyna Abdallah \& A.G. Miller (Resedaceae) inferred from combined nuclear ribosomal and chloroplast sequence data},
  author={M Ajmal Ali and Fahad Mohammed Abdullrahman Al-Hemaid and Ritesh Kumar Choudhary and Joongku Lee and Soo-Yong Kim and Mehzun Rub},
  journal={Bangladesh Journal of Plant Taxonomy},
  year={2013},
  volume={20},
  pages={233-238}
}
The present study focuses on the status of Reseda pentagyna Abdallah & A.G. Miller (Resedaceae). The internal transcribed spacer (ITS) region of nuclear ribosomal DNA and chloroplast trnL-F gene of the questioned species were sequenced. The Basic Local Alignment Search Tool (BLAST) search showed maximum identity with R. stenostachya . The parsimony analysis of ITS, trnL-F and combined sequences data analyses revealed grouping of Reseda species consistent with established taxonomic sections of… 

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