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On the phylogeny of the subtribe Carduinae (tribe Cardueae, Compositae)

Eva HaМ€ffner

On the phylogeny of the subtribe Carduinae (tribe Cardueae, Compositae)

by Eva HaМ€ffner

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Published by Botanischer Garten und Botanisches Museum Berlin-Dahlem in Berlin .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Compositae -- Phylogeny.

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references (p. 167-180).

    StatementEva Häffner.
    GenrePhylogeny.
    SeriesEnglera,, 21
    ContributionsBotanischer Garten und Botanisches Museum (Berlin, Germany)
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsQK495.C74 H174 2000
    The Physical Object
    Pagination208 p. :
    Number of Pages208
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL3758474M
    ISBN 103921800463
    LC Control Number2003458155
    OCLC/WorldCa45670568

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On the phylogeny of the subtribe Carduinae (tribe Cardueae, Compositae) by Eva HaМ€ffner Download PDF EPUB FB2

The Carduinae, which are the largest subtribe of the Cardueae. comprise about species, many of which are known as thistles and have ecological and economic significance, especially as On the phylogeny of the subtribe Carduinae (tribe Cardueae, Compositae).

Berlin: Botanischer Garten und Botanisches Museum Berlin-Dahlem, (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Eva Häffner; Botanischer Garten und Botanisches Museum (Berlin, Germany)   EVA HÄFFNER & FRANK H.

HELLWIG Phylogeny of the tribeCardueae (Compositae)with emphasis on the subtribe Carduinae: an analysis based on ITS sequence data Abstract Häffner, E. & Hellwig, F. H.: Phylogeny of the tribe Cardueae (Compositae) with emphasis on the subtribe Carduinae: an analysis based on ITS sequence data.

– Willdenowia + Häffner, E. & Hellwig, F. H.: Phylogeny of the tribe Cardueae (Compositae) with emphasis on the subtribe Carduinae: an analysis based on ITS sequence data.

— Willdenowia 27– — ISSN The bulk of genera within the Cardueae is placed in the subtribes Carduinae and Centaureinae, which together probably form a monophyletic group. Especially within the Carduinae Phylogeny of the tribe Cardueae (Compositae) with emphasis on the subtribe Carduinae: An analysis based on ITS sequence data Article (PDF Available) in Willdenowia 29() December    PhD at the Botanic Garden and Botanical Museum Berlin (BGBM), Freie Universität Berlin; thesis title: “On the phylogeny of the subtribe Carduinae, tribe Cardueae, Compositae”.

Project coordinator for scientific books and journals (biosciences and landscaping) at Blackwell Publishing, Berlin, ://   Häffner E, On the phylogeny of the subtribe Carduinae (tribe Cardueae, Compositae), in Englera ; Susanna A, Garcia-Jacas N, Oriane H, Vilatersana R e Teresa G, The Cardueae (Compositae) revisited: insights from its, trnL-trnF, and matK nuclear and chloroplast DNA analysis (PDF), in Annals of the Missouri Botanical Garden Etimologia  Descrizione  Distribuzione e habitat  Tassonomia  Note Phylogeny of the Eurasian genus Jurinea (Asteraceae: Cardueae): Support for a monophyletic genus concept and a first hypothesis on overall species relationships Aglaia Szukala,1,2 Nadja Korotkova,1 Michael Gruenstaeudl,3 Alexander N.

Sennikov,4,5 Georgy A. Lazkov,6 Svetlana A. Litvinskaya,7 Eleonora Gabrielian,8 Thomas Borsch1,3 & Eckhard von The subtribe Carduinae exhibited different characteristics with regard to the crystals in their ovaries (in terms of measurement and being prismatic and styloid) The tribe Cardueae is one of the largest tribes of Asteraceae with about 2, species and the earliest classification of this tribe by H.

Cassini in divided it into two subtribes ?script=sci_arttext&pid=S Haffner E, Hellwig FH. () Phylogeny of the Cardueae (Compositae) with emphasis on the subtribe Carduinae: an analysis based on ITS sequence data. Willdenowia 27– doi: /wi; Hakki EE, Savaskan C, Akkaya MS. () Genotyping of Anatolian doubled-haploid durum lines with SSR :// Members of the Monoctonina subtribe have long been neglected in applied studies of the subfamily Aphidiinae, due to their low economic importance, as they do not parasitize pests of cultivated plants.

Consequently, data about this group are scarce, including its taxonomy and phylogeny. In the present study, we explore inter- and intraspecific genetic variation of The subtribe Centaureinae forms a well-supported clade, and their sister clades contain the genera Arctium, Cousinia, Jurinea, and Saussurea from the Carduinae.

However, some problems persist: Carduinae are a paraphyletic assemblage, and the subtribal placement of Berardia, Cardopatium, Cousiniopsis, and Staehelina remains ://   Taxonomic complexity has hindered the partitioning of the artificial genus Centaurea, even though it has long been recognized as a polyphyletic the basis of morphology, pollen type, karyology and DNA sequence analysis, previous workers have defined five informal groups in the genus (Acrocentron,Centaureasensu stricto, Cyanus, Jacea and Häffner E () On the phylogeny of the subtribe Carduinae (tribe Cardueae, Compositae).

Engl 1– Häffner E, Hellwig FH () Phylogeny of the tribe Cardueae (Compositae) with emphasis on the subtribe Carduinae: an analysis based on   Häffner E & Hellwig FH, Phylogeny of the tribe Cardueae (Compositae) with emphasis on the subtribe Carduinae: an analysis based on ITS sequence data (PDF) [collegamento interrotto], in Willdenowia 29 –pag INTRODUCTION.

Jurinea Cass. (Asteraceae: Cardueae) is a Eurasian genus of herbs and subshrubs that comprises approximately species (Susanna & Garcia‐Jacas,excluding Himalaiella Raab‐Straube and Lipschitziella Kamelin).

The genus, which was estimated to have originated in the early Miocene (Barres & al., ), is distributed across the Mediterranean   molecular phylogeny indicates that Echinopinae should also include the genera of the Xeranthemum group and we previously proposed that the small heads of the genus Xeranthemum and allies could be interpreted as reduced synflorescences (Garcia-Jacas et al., ).

Subtribe Carduinae is a paraphyletic complex of   Echinopsinae appear as consecutive sister-clades to the Carduinae/Centaureinae. Tribe Cardueae is inferred to have originated around the Mid Eocene in West Asia, which is also the ancestral area of most subtribes within Cardueae.

Diversifi cation within each subtribe began during the Oligocene-Miocene ://   1 Nuclear and plastid DNA phylogeny of the tribe Cardueae 2 (Compositae) with Hyb-Seq data: A new subtribal classification and a 3 temporal framework for the origin of the tribe and the subtribes 4 Sonia Herrando-Morairaa,*,5 Juan Antonio Callejab, Mercè Galbany-Casalsba,*,5 Juan Antonio Callejab, Mercè Galbany-Casalsb An illustration of an open book.

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Studies of the subtribe Tachyina (Coleoptera: Carabidae: Bembidini). P3 Systematics Phylogeny and Zoogeography of the Genus Tachyta Kirby.

(Smithsonian contributions to zoology no. ). on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Studies of the subtribe Tachyina (Coleoptera: Carabidae: Bembidini). P3 Systematics Phylogeny and Zoogeography of the Phylogenetic analyses of the subtribe Rutelina were based on 32 representative genera or subgenera in the tribe Rutelini and were conducted as a means of resolving classification conflicts within the subtribe Rutelina, identifying monophyletic groups within the subtribe, and identifying monophyletic lineages within the tribe ://Recently, Caenohalictina Michener, was formally proposed as a group within Halictini based on a phylogenetic analysis using DNA data.

Morphological synapomorphies for the subtribe are not stabilized and the relationships among its attributed genera were not completely reconstructed. Also, there are different propositions for the scope and classification of the ://