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Phylogenetic Relationships and Character Evolution of Rhodiola (Crassulaceae) based on Nuclear Ribosomal ITS and Plastid trnL-F and psbA-trnH Sequences

Rhodiola (Crassulaceae) comprises about 70 species and shows a high level of morphological diversity. The genus is mainly distributed in alpine areas and cold regions of the Northern Hemisphere with the Qinghai-Tibetan Plateau as its center of diversity. The phylogenetic relationships within Rhodiol... Full description

Journal Title: Systematic botany 2014-05, Vol.39 (2), p.441-451
Main Author: Zhang, Jian-Qiang
Other Authors: Meng, Shi-Yong , Wen, Jun , Rao, Guang-Yuan
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title: Phylogenetic Relationships and Character Evolution of Rhodiola (Crassulaceae) based on Nuclear Ribosomal ITS and Plastid trnL-F and psbA-trnH Sequences
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  • Zhang, Jian-Qiang
  • Meng, Shi-Yong
  • Wen, Jun
  • Rao, Guang-Yuan
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  • Botanical research
  • Classification
  • Crassulaceae
  • Datasets
  • Dioecy
  • DNA sequencing
  • Ecological genetics
  • Evolution
  • Genetic aspects
  • Genetic research
  • marcescent flowering stems
  • Maximum parsimony
  • molecular phylogenetics
  • Nucleotide sequencing
  • Phylogenetics
  • Phylogeny
  • Plants
  • Qinghai-Tibetan Plateau
  • Research
  • Stems
  • Taxa
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description: Rhodiola (Crassulaceae) comprises about 70 species and shows a high level of morphological diversity. The genus is mainly distributed in alpine areas and cold regions of the Northern Hemisphere with the Qinghai-Tibetan Plateau as its center of diversity. The phylogenetic relationships within Rhodiola remain poorly understood largely because of difficulties in collecting samples and specimens. In the present study, 51 species/varieties from Rhodiola representing all morphological sections were analyzed using sequences of the nuclear ribosomal internal transcribed spacers region and the plastid psbA-trnH and trnL-F markers. Our results suggest that Rhodiola and Pseudosedum form a well-supported clade, but the relationship between these two genera is not resolved. None of the four currently recognized subgenera is monophyletic; yet three of seven sections, R. sects. Trifida, Prainia, and Pseudorhodiola are each supported to be monophyletic. Rhodiola rosea is a popular medicinal plant that has an adaptogenic effect. The three accessions of R. rosea from eastern Asia, eastern North America, and Europe form a well-supported clade. Rhodiola species independently reached North America from Asia twice, once in the R. rosea lineage, and the other in the R. integrifolia-R. rhodantha lineage. Two taxonomically important characters, dioecy and marcescent flowering stems, are inferred to have evolved multiple times within Rhodiola.
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abstractRhodiola (Crassulaceae) comprises about 70 species and shows a high level of morphological diversity. The genus is mainly distributed in alpine areas and cold regions of the Northern Hemisphere with the Qinghai-Tibetan Plateau as its center of diversity. The phylogenetic relationships within Rhodiola remain poorly understood largely because of difficulties in collecting samples and specimens. In the present study, 51 species/varieties from Rhodiola representing all morphological sections were analyzed using sequences of the nuclear ribosomal internal transcribed spacers region and the plastid psbA-trnH and trnL-F markers. Our results suggest that Rhodiola and Pseudosedum form a well-supported clade, but the relationship between these two genera is not resolved. None of the four currently recognized subgenera is monophyletic; yet three of seven sections, R. sects. Trifida, Prainia, and Pseudorhodiola are each supported to be monophyletic. Rhodiola rosea is a popular medicinal plant that has an adaptogenic effect. The three accessions of R. rosea from eastern Asia, eastern North America, and Europe form a well-supported clade. Rhodiola species independently reached North America from Asia twice, once in the R. rosea lineage, and the other in the R. integrifolia-R. rhodantha lineage. Two taxonomically important characters, dioecy and marcescent flowering stems, are inferred to have evolved multiple times within Rhodiola.
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