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Diversification of plant species in a subtropical region of eastern South American highlands: a phylogeographic perspective on native Petunia (Solanaceae)
Version of Record online: 28 OCT 2010
© 2010 Blackwell Publishing Ltd
Volume 19, Issue 23, pages 5240–5251, December 2010
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LORENZ-LEMKE, A. P., TOGNI, P. D., MÄDER, G., KRIEDT, R. A., STEHMANN, J. R., SALZANO, F. M., BONATTO, S. L. and FREITAS, L. B. (2010), Diversification of plant species in a subtropical region of eastern South American highlands: a phylogeographic perspective on native Petunia (Solanaceae). Molecular Ecology, 19: 5240–5251. doi: 10.1111/j.1365-294X.2010.04871.x
- Issue online: 22 NOV 2010
- Version of Record online: 28 OCT 2010
- Received 29 September 2009; revision received 13 September 2010; accepted 16 September 2010
Fig. S1 Grasslands and Araucaria Forest mosaic, São José dos Ausentes/RS. Photo by Josi Fernanda Cerveira.
Fig. S2Petunia saxicola habitat.
Fig. S3 Petunia altiplana.
Fig. S4 Petunia bonjardinensis.
Fig. S5 Petunia guarapuavensis.
Fig. S6 Bayesian Skyline Plots for Petunia altiplana, Petunia bonjardinensis and Petunia guarapuavensis showing the effective population size fluctuation throughout time. The median values are shown in black lines and the 95% confidence intervals in grey lines.
Table S1 GenBank accession numbers of the identified sequences by sampling place and individual plant.
Table S2 Distinctive characteristics of Brazilian highland’s Petunia species (according to Stehmann et al. 2009).
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