The phylogeny ofPapaver s. l. (Papaveraceae): Polyphyly or monophyly?

@article{Kadereit2004ThePO,
  title={The phylogeny ofPapaver s. l. (Papaveraceae): Polyphyly or monophyly?},
  author={Joachim W. Kadereit and Andrea E. Schwarzbach and Kirstin B. Jork},
  journal={Plant Systematics and Evolution},
  year={2004},
  volume={204},
  pages={75-98}
}
An RFLP analysis of the chloroplast genetrnK of 32 species of the generaPapaver, Roemeria, Stylomecon, andMeconopsis leads to the following conclusions: (1) AsianMeconopsis consists of two distinct clades and is paraphyletic in relation toPapaver, Roemeria, Stylomecon, and the W EuropeanMeconopsis cambrica. (2) Sister group relationships ofRoemeria toPapaver sect.Argemonidium and ofStylomecon toPapaver californicum are well-supported. (3)Meconopsis cambrica is nested withinPapaver (incl… Expand

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