2 edition of Systematics and evolution in Salix section Longifoliae found in the catalog.
Systematics and evolution in Salix section Longifoliae
Steven J. Brunsfeld
Written in English
|Statement||by Steven John Brunsfeld.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||x, 143 leaves, bound :|
|Number of Pages||143|
Plant Systematics, Second Edition, provides the basis for teaching an introduction to the morphology, evolution, and classification of land plants. It presents a foundation of the approach, methods, research goals, evidence, and terminology of plant systematics, along with the most recent knowledge of evolutionary relationships of plants and practical information vital to the field. With the advent of next-generation sequencing technologies, whole-plastome data can be obtained as a byproduct of low-coverage sequencing of the plant genomic DNA. This provides an opportunity to study plastid evolution across groups, as well as testing phylogenetic relationships among taxa. Within the order Malpighiales (∼16, spp.), the Podostemaceae (∼ spp.) stand out for their Cited by: 2.
Cambridge Core - Plant Sciences - Plants of Oceanic Islands - edited by Tod F. Stuessy. Salix L. is the largest genus in the family Salicaceae ( species). Several classifications have been published, but taxonomic subdivision has been under continuous revision. Our goal is to establish the phylogenetic structure of the genus using molecular data on Cited by:
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Background. The taxonomy and systematics of Salix subgenus Salix s.l. is difficult. The reliability and evolutionary implications of two important morphological characters (number of stamens, and morphology of bud scales) used in subgeneric classification within Salix remain untested, and a disjunct Old–New World distribution pattern of a main clade of subgenus Salix s.l., revealed by a Cited by: Phylogeny of Salix subgenus Salix s.l.
(Salicaceae): delimitation, biogeography, and reticulate evolution Article (PDF Available) in BMC Evolutionary Biology 15(1) December with. Subgenus Salix s.l. is not monophyletic, and the evolutionary history of the subgenus has involved multiple reticulation events that may mainly be due to hybridization.
The delimitation of subgenus Salix s.l. should be redefined by excluding section Triandrae and subgenus Pleuradenia from by: Conclusions: Subgenus Salix s.l.
is not monophyletic, and the evolutionary history of the subgenus has involved multiple reticulation events that may mainly be due to hybridization. The. Enzyme electrophoresis was used to examine genetic relations within a taxonomically complex group of diploid willows (Salix section Longifoliae) in North America.
Some 48 populations representing 7 morphogeographic taxa were analysed for 15 putative enzyme by: Skvortsov () was the first to suggest that section Longifoliae may be raised to subgeneric level. Section Longifoliae is distinct morphologically from all others (Schneider, ). The species of section Longifoliae produce flowers borne on leafy shoots, but have only two stamens, suggesting their affinities for both subgenera Salix and by: 5.
Journal of Systematics and Evolution (JSE) is a bi-monthly international English language journal dedicated to the understanding of biodiversity and evolution. Papers in any of the following and related fields will be considered: phylogenetics and phylogenomics, biogeography (including phylogeography), biosystematics, description of well.
Chromosome number evolution in the tribeBrassiceae (Brassicaceae): Evidence from isozyme number. Abdollahzadeh A., Kazempour Osaloo S. & Maassoumi A. 12 Molecular phylogeny of the genus Salix (Salicaceae) with an emphasize to its species in Iran.
-Iran. Bot. 17 (2): Tehran. This study represents phylogenetic analyses of nrDNA ITS for 62 accessions of 55 Salix Author: اعظم عبداله زاده, شاهرخ کاظم پور اوصالو, علی اصغر معصومی. Salix, Section Amygdalinae Koch) was included to serve as outgroup (as closest relative following the results of Wu et al., ) resulting in a total of 15 species.
The samples were collected in Central and Northern Europe and determined after Skvortsov () and Hörandl et al. ().Cited by: 7. The role of introgression (interspecific gene exchange) in plant evolution has been the source of much discussion and debate (Anderson, ; Heiser,Heiser,Heiser, ; Stebbins,Cited by: Book reviews Up till now the vegetation of the sand seas of (8, years BP) in the northern sandy Saudi Arabia, consisting of vast areas of now areas, which together with the pollen evidence largely stable sand, e.g.
the Ar Rub ‘Al Khali, of Artemisia spp., indicate a higher percentage The Empty Quarter with about km, of vegetation cover in the Early Holocene. and covering Author: Linder, Peter. This lively examination of the structure, classification, evolution, and ecology of the Orchidaceae will appeal to anyone with an eye for beauty or a bent for natural history.
It will provide professional biologists and amateur orchidists alike with a deeper understanding--and a thoroughly new classification--of this, the largest flowering family in the plant kingdom. The book is richly. that the section is divisible into four major elements: 1) Salix interior, 2) S.
taxifolia, 3) the S. exigua group, and 4) S. melanopsis. The first three occupy eastern, southern, and western portions of the continent, respectively.
Salix melanopsis is sympatric with the S. exigua group in western North America, but is ecologically distinct. The polyploid Salix alba–Salix fragilis hybrid complex is rather difficult to study when using only morphological characters. Most of the features have a Cited by: Plant Systematics, Second Edition, provides the basis for teaching an introduction to the morphology, evolution, and classification of land plants.
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Evolutionary patterns and processes in Salix Sect Longifoliae - evidence from chloroplast DNA. Finite island model for organelle and nuclear genes in plants.
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Usually, sequences within individuals are uniformized due to concerted evolution [45–46]. However, in cases of recent hybridization or homoploid speciation, sequence homogenization is often not achieved in the short period of time involved [45–46].
For instance, Leskinen and Alström-Rapaport  hypothesized that S. Populus and Salix accessions assessed for cpDNA variation Species, Accessionb Voucher Salix sect. Longifoliae Pax. 1. Salix exigua Nuttall wild, Madison, WI R.
L. Sm 82 Populus sect. Populus subsect. Tomentosae 2. Populus alba var. alba L. ct V87 3. P. xcanescens J. E. Smith = [P. alba x P. tremula] AmbroseSize: 2MB.Chloroplast DNA systematics of Salix Section Longifoliae.
(Abstract of paper presented at the annual meeting of the American Institute of Biological Sciences.) G. M. Diggs, D. E. Soltis and P. S. Soltis.Molecular Systematics of Plants. (). Molecular systematics of the genus Senecio-L Hybridization in a British polyploid complex.
(). Morphological and chromosomal variation in Fallopia section Reynoutria (Polygonaceae) in Korea. (). Morphological and molecular evidence for hybridization and introgression in a willow (Salix Author: Catherine Helen Pashley.