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A large-scale chloroplast phylogeny of the Lamiaceae sheds new light on its subfamilial classification
Li, Bo; ...; Tan, Yun-Hong; et al
2016
Source PublicationSCIENTIFIC REPORTS
Volume6Issue:xPages:34343
AbstractLamiaceae, the sixth largest angiosperm family, contains more than 7000 species distributed all over the world. However, although considerable progress has been made in the last two decades, its phylogenetic backbone has never been well resolved. In the present study, a large-scale phylogenetic reconstruction of Lamiaceae using chloroplast sequences was carried out with the most comprehensive sampling of the family to date (288 species in 191 genera, representing approximately 78% of the genera of Lamiaceae). Twelve strongly supported primary clades were inferred, which form the phylogenetic backbone of Lamiaceae. Six of the primary clades correspond to the current recognized subfamilies Ajugoideae, Lamioideae, Nepetoideae, Prostantheroideae, Scutellarioideae, and Symphorematoideae, and one corresponds to a portion of Viticoideae. The other five clades comprise: 1) Acrymia and Cymaria; 2) Hymenopyramis, Petraeovitex, Peronema, and Garrettia; 3) Premna, Gmelina, and Cornutia; 4) Callicarpa; and 5) Tectona. Based on these results, three new subfamiliesCymarioideae, Peronematoideae, and Premnoideae-are described, and the compositions of other subfamilies are updated based on new findings from the last decade. Furthermore, our analyses revealed five strongly supported, more inclusive clades that contain subfamilies, and we give them phylogenetically defined, unranked names: Cymalamiina, Scutelamiina, Perolamiina, Viticisymphorina, and Calliprostantherina.
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Li, Bo,...,Tan, Yun-Hong,et al. A large-scale chloroplast phylogeny of the Lamiaceae sheds new light on its subfamilial classification[J]. SCIENTIFIC REPORTS,2016,6(x):34343.
APA Li, Bo,...,Tan, Yun-Hong,&et al.(2016).A large-scale chloroplast phylogeny of the Lamiaceae sheds new light on its subfamilial classification.SCIENTIFIC REPORTS,6(x),34343.
MLA Li, Bo,et al."A large-scale chloroplast phylogeny of the Lamiaceae sheds new light on its subfamilial classification".SCIENTIFIC REPORTS 6.x(2016):34343.
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