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A micromorphological and phylogenetic study of Sarcocornia A.J. Scott (Chenopodiaceae) on the Iberian Peninsula

AuthorsFuente, Vicenta de la; Oggerin, Monike ; Rufo, Lourdes; Rodríguez, Nuria ; Ortúñez, Emma; Sánchez Mata, Daniel; Amils, Ricardo
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Iberian Peninsula
Issue Date2013
PublisherAnderson Publishing Company
CitationApplied Radiology 42 (1): 158-173 (2013)
AbstractThis study presents a comprehensive revision of the genus Sarcocornia (Chenopodiaceae) on the Iberian Peninsula based on macromorphological, micromorphological and phylogenetic data, and considering caryological, ecological and biogeographical information. Three species of Sarcocornia have been identified on the Iberian Peninsula: Sarcocornia perennis (Miller) A.J. Scott, Sarcocornia fruticosa (L.) A.J. Scott and Sarcocornia alpini (Lag.) Rivas-Martínez. Several authors have proposed that S. alpini is a specific and subspecific rank of S. perennis. Fuente, Rufo and Sánchez-Mata have recently described a new species, Sarcocornia hispanica. The micromorphological and molecular studies (sequence of the internal transcribed spacer region) indicate that there is a broad diversity within Sarcocornia in the Western Mediterranean. This article proposes a new species (Sarcocornia pruinosa) and subspecies (S. alpini subsp. carinata) in view of the new data.
Identifiersdoi: 10.1080/11263504.2012.752414
issn: 0160-9963
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