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Phylogeny of Hibiscus sect. Muenchhusia (Malvaceae) based on chloroplast rpL16 and ndhF, and nuclear ITS and GBSSI sequences
Author(s): R. L. Small
Journal: Systematic Botany
Article Topic(s): Genetics, Systematics, Taxonomy
Research Setting(s): Laboratory
AbstractResearches the systematics of Hibiscus section Muenchhusia, which includes five North American Hibiscus species. Muenchhusia is monophyletic and is embedded in a clade in the tribe Malvavisceae. The five species in the section fall into two clades, one consisting of H. grandiflorus and H. moscheutos and the other including H. coccineus, H. dasycalyx, and H. laevis.
Suggested CitationR. L. Small. "Phylogeny of Hibiscus sect. Muenchhusia (Malvaceae) based on chloroplast rpL16 and ndhF, and nuclear ITS and GBSSI sequences." Systematic Botany 29.2 (2004): 385-392.