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Phylogeny, speciation, and distribution of the Japanese dwarf bamboos of genus Sasa and allies

Artículos

Revista/Conferencia:

PLANT SPECIES BIOLOGY

Language:

English

Experts:

Kobayashi Mikio

Año:

2015

Volumen:

30

Edición:

1

Número de páginas:

45-62

Palabras claves:

bamboo phylogeny; distribution range; genus Sasa and close allies

Development of the concept of the subfamily Bambusoideae during the past three decades is briefly reviewed. Phylogeny, putative hybrid taxa, a new, simplified key to explicit identification, and the revision of the distribution range among the Japanese dwarf bamboos of genus Sasa and its close allies are discussed. Based on analyses of the random amplified polymorphic DNA and morphological data and of FLOWERING LOCUS T (FT) homologs, parsimonious trees resolved that genus Sasa sec. Macrochlamys were the most basal and sect. Monilicladae were the next most basal, followed by the terminal sister clades of sects. Sasa and Crassinodi.