Taxonomy of tribe Neillieae (Rosaceae): Physocarpus

@inproceedings{Oh2015TaxonomyOT,
  title={Taxonomy of tribe Neillieae (Rosaceae): Physocarpus},
  author={Sang-Hun Oh},
  year={2015}
}
The tribe Neillieae, a small group of about 18 species in the Rosaceae, comprises three taxonomically difficult genera, Neillia, Physocarpus, and Stephanandra. The tribe, characterized by lobed leaves with persistent or deciduous stipules and ovoid, shiny seeds with copious endosperm, is strongly supported as a monophyletic group by a variety of lines of molecular evidence. Due to the high amount of morphological variation across the three genera and the species in tribe Neillieae, conflicting… 

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