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Mediterranean origin and Miocene–Holocene Old World diversification of meadow fescues and ryegrasses (Festuca subgenus Schedonorus and Lolium)

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The biogeography of the grass genera Festuca (subgenus Schedonorus) and Lolium, which form one of the world main forage groups, is here reconstructed for the first time using nuclear and plastid DNA data. We aimed to test previous hypotheses on the origin of the group ancestor and on the Holocene versus pre‐Holocene dispersals of the most recent fodder grasses.
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Keywords: Bayes‐DIVA; Festuca subgenus Schedonorus; Lolium; Macaronesia; Micropyropsis; Neogene–Quaternary diversification; circum‐Mediterranean region; dispersal–extinction–cladogenesis; phylogenetic dating

Document Type: Research Article

Publication date: 01 March 2014

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