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Interspecific relationships and genetic divergence of the disjunct genus Liquidambar (Hamamelidaceae) inferred from DNA sequences of plastid gene matK



Interspecific relationships and genetic divergence of the disjunct genus Liquidambar (Hamamelidaceae) inferred from DNA sequences of plastid gene matK



Rhodora 99(899): 229-240



Sequence data of the chloroplast matK gene generated a phylogeny of Liquidambar containing two robust clades. One clade consisted of the Chinese species L. acalycina and L. formosana, while the other was composed of L. orientalis from Turkey and the North American L. styraciflua.

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DOI: 10.2307/23313320



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