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See detailEvolutionary origin of the latitudinal diversity gradient in liverworts
Laenen, B; Patino, J; Hagborg, A et al

in Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution (2018), 127

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See detailRange size heritability and diversification patterns in the liverwort genus Radula
Patiño, J.; Wang, J.; Renner, M.A.M. et al

in Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution (2017), 106

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See detailIncreased diversification rates correlate with bisexuality in liverworts
Laenen, B.; Machac, A.; Gradstein, S.R. et al

in New Phytologist (2016), 210

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See detailGeographic range in liverworts: does sex really matter?
Laenen, B.; Machac, A.; Gradstein, S.R. et al

in Journal of Biogeography (2016)

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See detailApproximate Bayesian Computation reveals the crucial role of oceanic islands for the assembly of continental biodiversity
Patino, J; Carine, M; Mardulyn, P et al

in Systematic Biology (2015), 64

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See detailExtant diversity of bryophytes emerged from successive post-Mesozoic diversification bursts
Laenen, B.; Shaw, B.; Schneider, H. et al

in Nature Communications (2014), 5

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See detailEvolutionary significance and trade-offs in life-history traits associated to ecological specialization and mating systems in the liverwort genus Radula Dumort.
Laenen, Benjamin ULiege; Devos, Nicolas ULiege; Renner, Matt et al

Poster (2011)

Shifts in mating systems are amongst the most common and important transitions in plants and are correlated with a suite of life-history traits. The evolution of mating systems and their relationships to ... [more ▼]

Shifts in mating systems are amongst the most common and important transitions in plants and are correlated with a suite of life-history traits. The evolution of mating systems and their relationships to gametophyte size, sexual reproduction, formation of asexual diaspores, and ecological specialization, is examined here in the leafy liverwort genus Radula.More specifically, we attempt to answer the following questions:(1)What is the ancestral mating system in Radula? (2)Are shifts from one mating system to another directional or random? (3)How does the evolution of mating systems correlate with the evolution of other related life history traits and, in particular, the specialization to temporary habitats? (4)What are the contingence relationships and order of acquisitionof those traits? [less ▲]

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See detailMolecular data challenge traditional subgeneric divisions in the leafy liverwort Radula
Devos, Nicolas; Renner, MAM; Gradstein, SR et al

in Taxon (2011), 60

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See detailMacroecological patterns of genetic structure and diversity in the aquatic moss Platyhypnidium riparioides
Hutsemekers, Virginie ULiege; Hardy, O. J.; Mardulyn, P. et al

in New Phytologist (2010)

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See detailEvolution of multiple paralogous adenosine kinase genes in the moss genus Hygroamblystegium: phylogenetic implications
Vanderpoorten, Alain ULiege; Shaw, A. J.; Cox, C. J.

in Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution (2004), 31(2), 505-516

Maximum likelihood analyses of DNA sequences from two chloroplast regions, trnL-trnF and atpB-rbcL, and the internal transcribed spacers of ISS-5.8S-26S rRNA gene array, were performed to resolve species ... [more ▼]

Maximum likelihood analyses of DNA sequences from two chloroplast regions, trnL-trnF and atpB-rbcL, and the internal transcribed spacers of ISS-5.8S-26S rRNA gene array, were performed to resolve species relationships within the moss genus Hygroamblystegium. Constraining morphospecies to monophyly resulted in significantly less likely trees for H. tenax, but not for the other species. The lack of support for most clades and the partial incongruence among topologies necessitated the use of another independent, more variable region, namely the adenosine kinase gene (adk). Sequences for adk were polymorphic but were present as multiple copies within individuals. making parology a problem for phylogenetic analyses. Adk evolution was reconstructed using a reconciled gene tree approach in which duplications and losses were minimized in the context of ail estimate of the species tree derived from the analysis of the cp and nrDNA sequence data. Additional resolution of the species tree was then obtained by searching for reconstructions that further reduced adk duplications and losses. All the traditionally recognized morphospecies appeared to be polyphyletic in the resulting tree. Together with previous data from different molecular markers, the results Support the interpretation that Hygroamblystegium represents a recent radiation in which molecular and morphological evolution have been uncoupled. (C) 2003 Elsevier Inc. All rights reserved. [less ▲]

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See detailA taxonomic reassessment of the Vittiaceae (Hypnales, Bryopsida):evidence from phylogenetic analyses of combined chloroplast and nuclear sequence data
Vanderpoorten, Alain ULiege; Goffinet, B.; Hedenäs, L. et al

in Plant Systematics and Evolution (2003), 241

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See detailPhylogeny and Morphological Evolution of the Amblystegiaceae (Bryopsida)
Vanderpoorten, Alain ULiege; Hedenäs, L.; Cox, C. J. et al

in Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution (2002), 23

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