Within the individual clades, MhyYABBY sequences are sisters to other YABBY-like sequences from Asterids, and the closest homologs are YABBYs from Ericales
A-, B-, C-, D-, E- , F-, G-, H-, I-, J-, K-, L-, M-, N-, O-, P-, Q-, R-, S-, T- , U-, V-, W-, X-, Y- Character 1 Paeoniaceae Paeonia 0 1 0 2 Vitaceae Vitis 0 0 0 -- Acanthaceae Avicennia Lamiales 0 0 D E Acanthaceae Acanthus Lamiales 0 1 D F Actinidiaceae Actinidia Ericales
D 1 0 2 Adoxaceae Viburnum Dipsacales 0 0 D F Alseuosmiaceae Alseuosmia Asterales D 1 0 0 Apiaceae Apium Apiales D 0 D 2 Apocynaceae Alstonia Gentianales 0 1 0 D Aquifoliaceae Ilex Aquifoliales 1 0 0 2 Araliaceae Aralia Apiales D 0 0 2 Aralidiaceae Aralidium Apiales 1 ?
The circumscription of Ericales
and their cladistic relationship to other families of 'higher dicotyledons.' Syst.
The micromorphology of pit membranes in tracheary elements of Ericales
: New records of tori and pseudo-tori?
(most probably Empetrum) has a continuous curve with a small peak.
The biology of mycorrhizae in the Ericales
. Canadian Journal of Botany 61:958-1004.
In addition there are species feeding on Ericales
(Dillenidae), Asterales, (Asteridae) Rhamnales (Rosidae), Malvales (Dillenidae), and Liliales (Liliidae).
A full taxonomic analysis of the pollen composition of the samples was done, and the resulting pollen spectra were examined in relation to the percentage of Betula and Ericales
pollen, representative of the low shrub heath.
10-15).-Zone T1 is dominated by Pinus (10-20%), Betula (10%), Salix (10%), Ericales
(5-15%), and Cyperaceae (10-20%).
Palynological variation in balsaminoid Ericales
Phylogeny, evolution and classification of Sapotaceae (Ericales
Cain switched from morphology of Ericales
in 1933 to articles marking a distinct change both in the journal, and the discipline of ecology, by introducing a series of sampling and statistical studies of quadrats in various vegetation types and an early analysis of species-area relations.