TrnL–trnF Intergenic Spacer and trnL Intron Define Major Clades Within Luzula and Juncus (Juncaceae): Importance of Structural Mutations

@article{Drbkov2004TrnLtrnFIS,
  title={TrnL–trnF Intergenic Spacer and trnL Intron Define Major Clades Within Luzula and Juncus (Juncaceae): Importance of Structural Mutations},
  author={Lenka Z{\'a}vesk{\'a} Dr{\'a}bkov{\'a} and Jan Kirschner and {\vC}estm{\'i}r Vl{\vc}ek and V{\'a}clav Pa{\vc}es},
  journal={Journal of Molecular Evolution},
  year={2004},
  volume={59},
  pages={1-10}
}
Seven hundred fifty-two to one thousand ninety-seven base pairs of the trnL intron and trnL–trnF intergenic spacer of the chloroplast DNA of 55 Juncaceae taxa (Juncus, Luzula, Rostkovia, and Oxychloë) was sequenced. Seventeen structural mutations (13 indels marked A to M, 3 parts of the trnF pseudogene, and insertion “o” within a pseudogene) within the chloroplast trnL–trnF region were examined as possible indicators for phylogenetic relationships in Juncaceae. Juncus trifidus (section… CONTINUE READING
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