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- Nicola, Marcela V.; Johnson, Leigh A.; Pozner, Raúl
- Molecular phylogenetics and evolution 2019 v.136 pp. 164-182
- polyploidy, etc ; DNA; Miocene epoch; Nassauvia; ancestry; climate; hybridization; landscapes; monophyly; morphometry; nuclear genome; nucleotide sequences; phylogeography; population structure; steppes; topology; Andes region; Argentina; Show all 18 Subjects
- ... Congruence among different sources of data is highly desirable in phylogenetic analyses. However, plastid and nuclear DNA may record different evolutionary processes such that incongruence among results from these sources can help unravel complex evolutionary histories. That is the case of Nassauvia subgenus Strongyloma (Asteraceae), a taxon with five putative species distributed in the southern A ...
- Sramkó, Gábor; Laczkó, Levente; Volkova, Polina A.; Bateman, Richard M.; Mlinarec, Jelena
- Molecular phylogenetics and evolution 2019 v.135 pp. 45-61
- polyploidy, etc ; Bayesian theory; Pulsatilla; climate; cultivars; flowers; fluorescence; fluorescence in situ hybridization; global cooling; grasslands; horticulture; introns; leaves; monophyly; ribosomal DNA; statistical analysis; Show all 16 Subjects
- ... Pulsatilla (Anemoneae, Ranunculaceae) is sister to Anemone s.s. and contains ca 40 perennial species of considerable horticultural and medical importance. We sequenced 31 of those species, plus nine subspecies, two cultivars and six outgroups, for two nuclear regions (high-copy nrITS and low-copy MLH1) and three plastid regions (rbcL, accD–psaI, trnL intron) in order to generate the first comprehe ...