BIO Web Conf.
Volume 11, 2018IV(VI)th All-Russia Scientific-Practical Conference “Prospects of Development and Challenges of Modern Botany”
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|Published online||21 August 2018|
Phylogenetic relationships between Chondrilla L. species in European Russia based on plastid DNA sequencing
Saratov State University, Botanic Garden, Saratov, 410012, Russia
2 Main Botanical Garden, Herbarium (MHA), Moscow, 127276, Russia
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The article examines the genetic diversity in 54 populations of 9 Chondrilla species (C. acantholepis, C. ambigua, C. brevirostris, C. canescens, C. graminea, C. juncea, C. laticoronata, C. latifolia, and C. pauciflora) in European Russia. Plastid DNA segments trnT–trnF are selected as markers. Reconstruction of evolutionary networks based on the principle of maximum parsimony reveals that the sample is divided into four groups, where group 1 is C. ambigua, 2 – C. brevirostris, 3 – C. laticoronata, 4 – C. acantholepis, C. canescens, C. graminea, C. juncea, and C. latifolia. The findings show that C. acantholepis, C. canescens, C. graminea, C. juncea and C. latifolia are to be treated as synonyms under the name of C. juncea.
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