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Molecular phylogenetic and biogeographic study of the genus Artemisia (Asteraceae), with an emphasis on section Absinthium

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2008

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Riggins, Chance, 2008, Molecular phylogenetic and biogeographic study of the genus Artemisia (Asteraceae), with an emphasis on section Absinthium: University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign.

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Artemisia is the largest genus in the tribe Anthemideae and is composed of ecologically, morphologically, and chemically diverse species found primarily throughout the Northern Hemisphere. Delimitation within Artemisia and among allied genera in subtribe Artemisiinae has been difficult, but previous phylogenetic analyses have helped clarify some major lineages and sister relationships. Despite these contributions, many questions remain unanswered regarding the monophyly of certain taxonomic groups, relationships among New and Old World species, and migration history of the genus. The objectives of this investigation were to reexamine the classification and biogeography of Artemisia , with an emphasis on section Absinthium , in greater [...]

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