Molecular phylogenetics reveal multiple tertiary vicariance origins of the African rain forest trees

Background Tropical rain forests are the most diverse terrestrial ecosystems on the planet. How this diversity evolved remains largely unexplained. In Africa, rain forests are situated in two geographically isolated regions: the West-Central Guineo-Congolian region and the coastal and montane region...

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Autores Principales: Richardson, James-Edward, LP Couvreur, Thomas, Chatrou, Lars W, Sosef, Marc SM
Formato: Artículo (Article)
Lenguaje:Inglés (English)
Publicado: BioMed Central 2008
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