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  • 2012年, 第5期
    The Caryophyllales are a major eudicots lineage with a traditionally challenging evolutionary history. They possess diverse biological traits, including carnivory, drought and salt tolerance, and a variety of photosynthetic pathways. Sequence information from rapidly evolving plastid matK gene and trnK intron provides strong phylogenetic signal and a robust phylogeny for the Caryophyllales. Cover displays representatives of Caryophyllales life forms: Center—Persicaria bistorta; clockwise from top left—Phytolacca americana, Silene vulgaris, Selenicereus grandiflorus, Bougenivillea sp., Claytonia virginica, Chenopodium album, Nepenthes ventricosa × gymnamphora. See CRAWLEY & HILU, pp. 387–410 in this issue. [Detail] ...

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