Tribal Relationships Within Onagraceae Inferred from PgiC Sequences

@inproceedings{Ford2007TribalRW,
  title={Tribal Relationships Within Onagraceae Inferred from PgiC Sequences},
  author={V. S. Ford and L. Gottlieb},
  year={2007}
}
  • V. S. Ford, L. Gottlieb
  • Published 2007
  • Biology
  • Abstract Phylogenetic relationships among the tribes of Onagraceae were studied using sequences of PgiC, a nuclear gene encoding cytosolic phosphoglucose isomerase. Fragments of 21 genes were examined from plants of 15 species representing 11 of the 17 genera in the family and seven of the eight tribes (the newly proposed Gongylocarpeae was not studied). Maximum likelihood analysis provided a phylogenetic tree with 100% bootstrap support for all but one of the clades that indicate tribal… CONTINUE READING
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