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Ecological adaptations in wood microstructure and angiosperm phylogeny


Ecological adaptations in wood microstructure and angiosperm phylogeny



IAWA Journal 23(4): 460-461



ISSN/ISBN: 0928-1541

Ecological adaptations in xylem anatomy are relatively well understood in terms of their functional significance and general validity. This makes them suspect candidates for relating adaptive change with deep phylogenetic splits in woody plant phylogenies because their very functionality and general validity suggest rampant homoplasy (parallel origins and reversals) rather than synchrony with deep phylogeny.

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