Evolutionary changes in reproductive compatibility is an important process contributing to the high levels of species diversity in Dendrobium.
Examination of 1 nuclear and 4 plastid markers produces a phylogeny supporting the need to unite the taxons of two traditional genera, Myrcia and Marlierea.
Increased dispersal ability in Brassiceae can influence macro-evolutionary processes, possibly by increasing the propensity for long-distance dispersal.
Results suggest that opposing individual-level/species-level selection pressures have driven evolution of pollinator-restrictive traits in bifid toadflaxes.
Using molecular and systematic techniques to infer the evolutionary history of the L. pluriflorum clan in the north-west of the Iberian Peninsula.
Genome restructuring is an ongoing process in natural plant populations and the influence of environmental changes on the genome is crucial.
Apomicts are plants grown from seeds or spores are produced without fertilization.