Systematic Position of the Anomalous Genus Cadia and the Phylogeny of the Tribe Podalyrieae (Fabaceae)

@inproceedings{Boatwright2008SystematicPO,
  title={Systematic Position of the Anomalous Genus Cadia and the Phylogeny of the Tribe Podalyrieae (Fabaceae)},
  author={J. Stephen Boatwright and Vincent Savolainen and Ben-Erik van Wyk and Anne Lise Schutte-Vlok and F{\'e}lix Forest and Michelle VAN DER BANK},
  year={2008}
}
Abstract Tribe Podalyrieae is a group of papilionoid legumes that are largely endemic to the Cape Floristic Region of South Africa, possessing fire survival strategies with both nonsprouting and sprouting species. A phylogenetic study of the tribe was undertaken using gene sequences obtained from the internal transcribed spacer (ITS) of nuclear ribosomal DNA as well as the plastid rbcL gene (107 species). Several clades were identified within the tribe. Subtribe Xiphothecinae consists of the… 
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