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A molecular phylogeny, morphological descriptions, species lists and a key to the sections of Croton L. (Euphorbiaceae) recognised for Australia are presented. The molecular phylogenetic results supported the recognition of six sections, to account for the 29 native Australian species. The...
A rare, new tetraploid Atriplex, restricted to two populations ~30km apart in arid Western Australia, is supported as a distinct species by morphological and molecular evidence. Genetic analyses using amplified fragment length polymorphisms (AFLPs) showed significant genetic divergence between...
The Australasian clade of Gnaphalieae (Asteraceae) is an ecologically diverse group of species whose generic limits and phylogenetic relationships are still partly unresolved. Previous studies including hybridisation trials, morphological characterisation and preliminary phylogenetic analyses...
Many species of Stephania Lour. are used traditionally in South-east Asia as medicinal plants. Understanding and predicting their therapeutic properties could be improved, provided that the evolutionary relationships among lineages are clarified. We present the first molecular phylogeny of the...
Recent studies have transferred several species previously attributed to the fern genus Oenotrichia to other genera, and even out of the Dennstaedtiaceae to other families. However, the relationship of the type species, O. maxima from New Caledonia, has not previously been investigated using DNA...
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