Studies on diversity and evolution of Iridaceae species in southern Brazil

@article{SouzaChies2012StudiesOD,
  title={Studies on diversity and evolution of Iridaceae species in southern Brazil},
  author={Tatiana Teixeira de Souza-Chies and Eliane Kaltchuk dos Santos and Lilian Eggers and Alice M. Flores and Eudes Maria Stiehl Alves and Juliana Fachinetto and J. P. Lustosa and Lau{\'i}s Brisolara Corr{\^e}a and Luana Olinda Tacuati{\'a} and Paula M. Briggs Piccoli and Rog{\'e}ria Beatriz Miz},
  journal={Genetics and Molecular Biology},
  year={2012},
  volume={35},
  pages={1027 - 1035}
}
Plants of the family Iridaceae are well represented in the grassland vegetation of southern Brazil, occurring in the Pampa and Atlantic Forest biomes. Nevertheless, little is known about the taxonomy and evolution of Iridaceae species in southern Brazil. The main goal of this review is to compile published information about South American Iridaceae, and to discuss the evolution and genetic diversity of the family presenting our own research data in the light of the published literature. The… 

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