Taxonomy of tribe Neillieae (Rosaceae): Neillia

@inproceedings{Oh2016TaxonomyOT,
  title={Taxonomy of tribe Neillieae (Rosaceae): Neillia},
  author={Sang-Hun Oh},
  year={2016}
}
Neillieae was traditionally recognized as a small tribe in Rosaceae, which consists of Neillia, Stephanan- dra, and Physocarpus. Recently, Stephanandra was merged into Neillia based on molecular phylogenetic analyses, meaning that Neillieae now contains Neillia and Physocarpus. The genus Neillia is distinguished from Physocarpus by ovate to lanceolate leaves with acuminate to caudate apices, racemose or paniculate inflorescences, and a unicarpellate (rarely bicarpellate) gynoecium. Plants of… 

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