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- Lohmann, Lúcia G., et al. Show all 3 Authors
- Molecular phylogenetics and evolution 2019 v.133 pp. 92-106
- Bayesian theory; Bignoniaceae; Miocene epoch; Neotropics; Oligocene epoch; allopatric speciation; biogeography; climate change; data collection; ecosystems; genomics; landscapes; lianas; lowlands; models; phylogeny; rain forests; species diversity; statistical analysis; Amazonia
- ... The mechanisms and processes underlying patterns of species distributions have intrigued ecologists and biogeographers for a long time. The Neotropics is the most species-rich region in the World, representing an excellent model for studying the drivers of diversification. In this study, we used a phylogenomic approach to infer relationships and examine the role of major geological and climatic ev ...
- Lohmann, Lúcia G., et al. Show all 2 Author
- Molecular phylogenetics and evolution 2015 v.85 pp. 32-40
- Bignoniaceae; biodiversity; biogeography; cloves; flowers; fruits; lianas; monophyly; odors; paraphyly; synapomorphy; tropics; Amazonia; Central America; South America
- ... The origin of Neotropical biodiversity represents a key question in evolutionary biology. Despite the attempts to decipher the role of ecological and historical factors to present-day distribution patterns, robust phylogenetic studies of Neotropical clades are still needed before a comprehensive picture of the origin of Neotropical biodiversity can be achieved. Tynanthus Miers (Bignonieae, Bignoni ...