The Genus Machaerium (Leguminosae) is More Closely Related to Aeschynomene Sect. Ochopodium than to Dalbergia: Inferences from Combined Sequence Data

@inproceedings{Ribeiro2007TheGM,
  title={The Genus Machaerium (Leguminosae) is More Closely Related to Aeschynomene Sect. Ochopodium than to Dalbergia: Inferences from Combined Sequence Data},
  author={Renata Ac{\'a}cio Ribeiro and Matt Lavin and Jos{\'e} Pires Lemos-Filho and Carlos Victor Mendonça Filho and Fabr{\'i}cio Rodrigues dos Santos and M B Lovato},
  year={2007}
}
Abstract Phylogenetic relationships among the genera Dalbergia, Machaerium, and Aeschynomene were investigated with sequences from both the chloroplast DNA trnL intron and the nuclear ribosomal DNA ITS/5.8S region. A parsimony and Bayesian analysis of individual and combined data resolved a monophyletic Dalbergia that is sister to a clade comprising Aeschynomene sect. Ochopodium and Machaerium. Aeschynomene sect. Aeschynomene is paraphyletic with respect to genera such as Bryaspsis and… 
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