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A phylogenetic study of Korean Iris L. based on plastid DNA (psbA-trnH, trnL-F) sequences
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  • Journal title : Korean Journal of Plant Taxonomy
  • Volume 43, Issue 3,  2013, pp.227-235
  • Publisher : The Plant Taxonomic Society of Korea
  • DOI : 10.11110/kjpt.2013.43.3.227
 Title & Authors
A phylogenetic study of Korean Iris L. based on plastid DNA (psbA-trnH, trnL-F) sequences
Lee, HyunJung; Park, SeonJoo;
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 Abstract
Molecular phylogenetic studies were conducted to evaluate taxonomic identities and relationships among 16 species of the korean genus Iris L. Korean Iris was grouped by five clades. Series Laevigatae, Tripetalae, Laevigatae and Sibiricae was included to Clade I. Series Chinensis, and Easatae was composed to Clade II. Series Chinensis was included to Clade III. Series Chinensis was composed to Clade IV. Series Crossiris, Pumilae and Pardanthopsis was included to Clade V. Iris dichotoma, I. mandshurica and I. tectorum formed one clade, and it was located mostly in the basal group. I. minutiaurea and I. koreana was not formed independent clade, so it is not clear between them about taxonomic identities. Iris tectorum was established taxonomic system by Series Cossiris in Subgenus Crossiris. Series Chinensis (I. odaesanensis, I. minutiaurea, I. koreana, I. rossii var. latifoia, and I. rossii) was distinguished is clear by Series Chinensis (I. odaesanensis, I. minutiaurea and I. koreana) and Series Chinensis (I. rossii var. latifoia and I. rossii). The Genus Iris was divided into four subgenus (Limniris, Crossiris, Iris and Pardanthopsis). We thought that evolved to subgenus Limniris in subgenus Crossiris, iris and Pardanthopsis.
 Keywords
psbA-trnH;trnL-F;Iris;Molecular phylogeny;
 Language
Korean
 Cited by
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팔공산 금붓꽃 계열의 자연 잡종 현상,손오경;손성원;서강욱;박선주;

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