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Molecular phylogenies of large fern groups contribute to the disc...
The evolution of ferns has resulted in some quite diversified groups, for more than two hundred years, taxonomists have aimed at recognizing natural groups in ferns at different taxonomic levels. The advent of phylogenetic analysis based on molecular sequence information has radically revolutioni... 查看详细>>
Plant Parasite Dodder Transmits Signals Among Different Hosts
Around 1% of flowering plants are parasites. Some of these parasites can survive without host plants while others cannot. The former are called facultative parasites and the latter obligate parasites.  查看详细>>
The historical assembly of East Asian subtropical evergreen broad...
The subtropical evergreen broadleaved forests (EBLFs), ranging in occurrence from c. 23° N to 39° N and 97° E to 141° E, are amongst the most characteristic biomes in East Asia and are common in South China. They contribute fundamentally to both the biodiversity function and ecosystem service... 查看详细>>
A Global Phylogeny of the Paleotropical Woody Bamboos Revealed by...
Paleotropical woody bamboos (PWB) belongs to the tribe Bambuseae (Poaceae: Bambusoideae), consists of 48 genera and ca. 407 species with a wide distribution in tropical and subtropical areas of Asia, Africa and Oceania. They are rich in species and diverse in morphology: Some genera are climbing ... 查看详细>>
Scientists Made the Important Progress in Water Relation of Flowe...
Water stress is known to cause xylem cavitation in the leaves, roots and stems of plants, but little is known about the vulnerability of flowers to xylem damage during drought and the supply and maintenance of water in flowers. This is an important gap in our understanding of how and when plants ... 查看详细>>
Plastid Phylogenomics Provides Insights into the Phylogeny and Is...
The cypress family, Cupressaceae, contains about 140 species in 32 genera with worldwide distribution. Recent molecular phylogenetic studies have divided this family into seven subfamilies. Cupressoideae, the largest subfamily of Cupressaceae, contains about 100 species in 13 genera. Species of C... 查看详细>>
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