• Phylogeny, Adaptive Radiation, and Historical Biogeography in Bromeliaceae: Insights from an Eight-Locus Plastid Phylogeny 

        Author(s):Givnish, T. J.; Barfuss, M. H. J.; Van Ee, B.; Riina, R.; Schulte, K.; Horres, R.; Gonsiska, P. A.; Jabaily, R. S.; Crayn, D. M.; Smith, J. A. C.; Winter, K.; Brown, Gregory K.; Evans, T. M.; Holst, B. K.; Luther, H.; Till, W.; Zizka, G.; Berry, P. E.; Sytsma, K. J.; Givnish, T. J.; Barfuss, M. H. J.; Van Ee, B.; Riina, R.; Schulte, K.; Horres, R.; Gonsiska, P. A.; Jabaily, R. S.; Crayn, D. M.; Smith, J. A. C.; Winter, K.; Brown, Gregory K.; Evans, T. M.; Holst, B. K.; Luther, H.; Till, W.; Zizka, G.; Berry, P. E.; Sytsma, K. J.
        Date:2011-05-01
        Premise: Bromeliaceae form a large, ecologically diverse family of angiosperms native to the New World. We use a bromeliad phylogeny based on eight plastid regions to analyze relationships within the family, test a new, ...