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Examination of Subfamilial Phylogeny in Bromeliaceae Using Comparative Sequencing of the Plastid Locus Ndhf
Author(s):Terry, R. G.; Brown, Gregory K.; Olmstead, R. G.; Terry, R. G.; Brown, Gregory K.; Olmstead, R. G.
Parsimony analysis of 31 sequences of the chloroplast locus ndhF was used to address questions of subfamilial phylogeny in Bromeliaceae. Results presented here are congruent with those from chloroplast DNA restriction site ...
Cladistic Relationships of Aechmea (Bromeliaceae, Bromelioideae) and Allied Genera
Author(s):de Faria, A. P. G.; Wendt, T.; Brown, Gregory K.; de Faria, A. P. G.; Wendt, T.; Brown, Gregory K.
Aechmea (ca. 220 species) is the largest and most diverse genus in Bromelioideae (Bromeliaceae), and several dissimilar generic concepts and infrageneric classifications have been proposed, frequently involving other closely ...