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559Amphi-Pacific Tropical Disjunction of Theaceae: Multiple Intercontinental Dispersals Corresponding to Changing Climate BiogeographyYan, Yujing; Davis, Charles; Wang, Zhiheng; Rahbek, Carsten; Borregaard, Michael.Boreotropical
long distance dispersal
Disjunctive distribution
351An overlooked route to the east via South China: the phylogeny and biogeography of the East Asian genus Atractylodes (Asteraceae) revealed by RAD-seqBiogeographyLi, Pan; Cai, Minqi; Liu, Luxian; Li, Zheng; Qi, Zhechen; Qiu, Yingxiong; Cameron, Kenneth; Fu, Chengxin.D-statistic
East Asia
Introgression
Cardueae
A. lancea complex
372An update on a compendium of American amphitropical disjunctions and future directionsBiogeographySimpson, Michael; Johnson, Leigh; Villaverde Hidalgo, Tamara; Guilliams, Matt.American amphitropical disjunction
divergence time
North America
South America
410Are gypsum plant communities stable during periods of climate change? A phylogeographic case study in Acleisanthes (Nyctaginaceae)BiogeographyHenzler-Lhasawa, Jampa; Douglas, Norman; Flores Olvera, Hilda; Ochoterena, Helga; Moore, Michael J..Acleisanthes
Nyctaginaceae
gypsum
Phylogeography
Mexico
Chihuahuan Desert
Pleistocene
266Biogeography and diversification of the Brazil Nut family, Lecythidaceae, in the NeotropicsBiogeographyVargas, Oscar M; Dick, Christopher.Lecythidaceae
Neotropical Rainforest
phylogeny
historical biogeography
320Biogeography of Plant genus Dracaena (Asparagaceae) in Soloman IslandsBiogeographyLu, Pei-Luen; Liang, Yi-Shao.Evolution
island biogeography
Phylogenetics
Systematics
Soloman Islands
Dracaena
617Genetic variation and hybridization in southwestern Rhus ovata and R. integrifolia (Anacardiaceae) using plastid and nuclear markersBiogeographyLambert, Joshua; Sinn, Brandon; Barrett, Craig.lemonadeberry
chaparral
disjunct populations
Hybridization
Introgression
gene flow
Natural Selection
851Genome size, polyploid origin and geographical distribution of Zygopetalum cytotypes from Neotropical high altitude rochy complexesBiogeographyGomes, Shaiany Sabrina Lopes ; Vidal, João; Koehler, Samantha; Viccini, Lyderson.Polyploidy
hybrid zone
Neotropics
Orchidaceae
889Great Lakes-Western North American disjunct plants: a review of the distribution and three phylogeographic case studiesBiogeographyDrummond, Chloe P.; Kuchenreuther, Margaret A.; Sytsma, Kenneth J..Aconitum columbianum
Oplopanax horridus
Rubus parviflorus
Phylogeography
disjunct populations
genotyping-by-sequencing
Pleistocene
Western North America
Great Lakes
175Inferring the biogeographical history of the cosmopolitan Angiosperm genus Stellaria LBiogeographySharples, Mathew; Tripp, Erin.Biogeography
Stellaria
Caryophyllaceae
RADseq
BioGeoBEARS
center of diversity
Himalaya
Oceania
Beringia
728Is it faster to move or evolve? Comparing effects of niche conservatism and niche evolution on diversification rate in Citharexylum (Verbenaceae)BiogeographyFrost, Laura; Olmstead, Richard.Citharexylum
Verbenaceae
Biogeography
Niche Evolution
phylogenetic niche conservatism
microfluidic PCR
828Long-term (100 year) trends in monarch butterfly and milkweed (Asclepias) abundance estimated from natural history collectionsBiogeographyPuzey, Joshua.milkweed
Asclepias
Herbaria
GMO
967Mapping phenotypes: Modeling the distribution of a polymorphic speciesBiogeographyAnghel, Ioana .Niche Modeling
Biogeography
polymorphism
Species Distribution Modelling
815Nearly 6,000 species of North American Lichens: Distributions, Traits, Ecologies, and New SyndromesBiogeographyTripp, Erin; Lendemer, James.biogoegraphy
lichen
diversity
distribution
syndrome
Endemism
biodiversity hotspot
766Origin, diversification and geographic spread of the genus Erythronium (Tulipeae, Liliaceae)BiogeographyAllen, Geraldine.Erythronium
Liliaceae
ITS
Plastid
phylogeny
413Origins and interisland biogeography of endemic Hawaiian Planchonella (Sapotaceae)BiogeographyHavran, J; Swenson, Ulf; Munzinger , Jérôme ; McLoughlin , Stephen ; Nylinder , Stephan .Sapotaceae
Planchonella
Hawaii
664Phylogeographic patterns and migrational history of Garry oak (Quercus garryana)BiogeographyKanne, Rande; Allen, Geraldine.Quercus garryana
Phylogeography
plastid DNA
ITS
white oaks
Hybridization
513Phylogeography of Petalonyx crenatus (Loasaceae): genetic structure across a gypsum archipelagoBiogeographyEverbach, Sophie; Douglas, Norman; Flores Olvera, Hilda; Ochoterena, Helga; Moore, Michael J..Petalonyx
Loasaceae
Phylogeography
gypsum
Chihuahuan Desert
Mexico
527Phytogeography of major alpine plants in East AfricaBiogeographyLingyun, Chen; Guangwan, Hu; Qingfeng, Wang.Afro-alpine plants
Biogeography
839Population genomic evidence reveals multiple North American Pleistocene refugia for Carex scirpoidea (Cyperaceae)BiogeographyWestergaard, Kristine Bakke ; Fior, Simone ; Bruederle, Leo P. ; Stenøien, Hans K.; Zemp, Niklaus; Widmer, Alex.Phylogeography
Carex
ddRAD-seq
glacial refugia
156Post-glacial colonization of the Midwest by Lobelia siphiliticaBiogeographyKnox, Eric; Case, Andrea; Appiah-Madson, Hannah; Caruso, Christina.Lobelia
Phylogenomics
plastome
Biogeography
608Predicting new populations of Pitcairnia domingensis L.B. Sm. in HispaniolaBiogeographyRuiz Vargas, Natalia.
197Role of river watersheds on diversification and endemism in native plant species: A phylogeographic study of Trillium lancifolium (Melanthiaceae)BiogeographyLampley, Jayne.Trillium
Watershed
Phylogeography
Endemism
Speciation
118Systematic and Biogeography of the section Casparya (Begonia, Begoniaceae)BiogeographyJara, Orlando; Richardson, James; Madriñán, Santiago.Andean biogeography
Begoniaceae
493The Caesalpinia group as a model for understanding biogeographical patterns of evolutionBiogeographyGagnon, Edeline; Ringelberg, Jens; Bruneau, Anne; Lewis, Gwilym; Hughes, Colin.climatic niche shift
Ancestral character estimation
phylogenetic biome conservatism
Leguminosae
phylogenetic signal
phylogenetic correlation
phylogenetic correlated traits
367The evolution of cold-adapted plants: A phylogenomic analysis of Micranthes (Saxifragaceae)BiogeographyStubbs, Rebecca; Folk, Ryan; Xiang, Chun-Lei; Soltis, Douglas; Cellinese, Nico.Phylogenomics
Micranthes
saxifragaceae
arctic plants
disjunctions
alpine
860The Latitudinal Distribution of Morphological Diversity among Holocene Angiosperm Pollen Grains from eastern North America and ColombiaBiogeographyMander, Luke.diversity
angiosperms
LDG
pollen
morphology
859The spatial structure of phylogenetic and functional diversity in the United States and Canada: an example using sedges (Cyperaceae)BiogeographySpalink, Daniel; Pender, Jocelyn; Escudero Lirio, Antonio Marcial; Hipp, Andrew; Roalson, Eric; Starr, Julian; Waterway, Marcia; BOHS , LYNN ALLISON.spatial phylogenetics
Cyperaceae
assembly
phylogenetic diversity
phylogenetic beta diversity
Functional diversity
619Worldwide hemisphere-dependent lean in Cook pinesBiogeographyRitter, Matt; Johns, Jason; Yost, Jenn; NIcolle, Dean; Igic, Boris.tree form
Araucaria
phototropism
worldwide plant distribution
conifer

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