Subfamilial relationships within Caryophyllaceae as inferred from 5' ndhF sequences.

@article{Smissen2002SubfamilialRW,
  title={Subfamilial relationships within Caryophyllaceae as inferred from 5' ndhF sequences.},
  author={Rob D. Smissen and John C. Clement and Phil J. Garnock‐Jones and Geoffrey Keith Chambers},
  journal={American journal of botany},
  year={2002},
  volume={89 8},
  pages={
          1336-41
        }
}
DNA sequences of the 5' end of the chloroplast ndhF gene for 15 species of Caryophyllaceae have been analyzed by parsimony and neighbor-joining analyses. Three major clades are identified, with little or no support for monophyly of traditionally recognized subfamilies. The first of the three major clades identified (Clade I) is constituted by part of the subfamily Paronychioideae. It includes members of the tribe Paronychieae and members of tribe Polycarpeae. The second (Clade II) contains… 

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