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Phylogeny of Podocarpaceae: comparison of evidence from morphology and 18S rDNA.
Kelch D. Kelch D. Am J Bot. 1998 Jul;85(7):986. Am J Bot. 1998. PMID: 21684982 Free article.
Trees from sequence, morphological, and combined data differ in taxon arrangement, but are similar in that Podocarpus sensu lato and Dacrydium s.l. are unnatural, while Podocarpaceae (including Phyllocladus) are monophyletic. The clade Microcachrys + Microstrobos is recogn …
Trees from sequence, morphological, and combined data differ in taxon arrangement, but are similar in that Podocarpus sensu lato and Dacrydi …
Interglacial pollen and plant macrofossils from Langdon River, western Tasmania.
Colhoun EA, VAN DE Geer G, Hill RS, Bird T. Colhoun EA, et al. New Phytol. 1989 Mar;111(3):531-548. doi: 10.1111/j.1469-8137.1989.tb00716.x. New Phytol. 1989. PMID: 33874005
After the maximum the presence of Phyllocladus-Nothofagus-Eucalyptus-Microstrobos suggests deterioration to subalpine woodland/shrubland, and Compositae, Gramineae-Microstrobos to alpine shrubland and herbland. ...
After the maximum the presence of Phyllocladus-Nothofagus-Eucalyptus-Microstrobos suggests deterioration to subalpine woodland/shrubl …