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  • 1
    Language: English
    In: Plant Systematics and Evolution, 2013, Vol.299(2), pp.413-438
    Description: The genus Gagea Salisb. is the largest amongst Liliaceae, including 50–300 species. This genus can be subdivided into at least 14 sections: among them, there is the species-rich, relatively late-branching monophyletic sect. Didymobulbos . Most of species and putative hybrids within this section were included in this study for a total of about 148 accessions (corresponding to 35 taxa), almost all collected across the Euro-Mediterranean area. Thirty-seven morpho-anatomical and ontogenetic characters were considered, together with the cpDNA ( trn L– trn F IGS, psb A– trn H IGS) and nrDNA (ITS region) molecular markers. Bayesian analysis revealed the phylogenetic relationships among Didymobulbos taxa, allowing us to demonstrate new circumscriptions of critical species complexes, such as those of G. chrysantha Schult. & Schult.f., G. dubia A. Terracc. and G. granatellii (Parl.) Parl. Also the prominent role played in this section by reticulate evolution is further highlighted: many taxa, often unexpectedly, are inferred to represent hybrids (31 % of investigated taxa). The division into series cannot be maintained as we found extensive molecular evidence of hybridization between them. A new taxonomic setting for Gagea sect. Didymobulbos is proposed, and five new species are described.
    Keywords: Gagea ; Liliaceae ; ITS ; Karyology ; Networks ; Phylogeny ; Taxonomy ; L–F IGS ; A–H IGS
    ISSN: 0378-2697
    E-ISSN: 1615-6110
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  • 2
    Language: English
    In: Organisms Diversity & Evolution, 2011, Vol.11(5), pp.387-407
    Description: A new region of speciation for the genus Gagea (Liliaceae) was investigated (Bogda-Shan and Urumqi; northwestern Xinjiang, China). Two species were recorded as new for the region ( G. rufidula , G. davlianidzeae ); three species are described as new to science ( G. angelae, G. jensii and G. huochengensis ). The description of G. nigra is emendated. Sequence data (cpDNA: trn L- trn F IGS+ psb A- trn H IGS, nrDNA: ITS), including representatives of all Gagea sections, were used to compare the new species with closely related taxa. A nuclear single copy gene region (pCOS At 103) was analysed for representatives of the Sects. Minimae and Gagea . Network analysis of cpDNA and nDNA indicates hybridization and recent speciation in Xinjiang. ITS and pCOS At 103 sequences reveal gene flow between G. davlianidzeae and G. nigra . A cpDNA haplotype network constructed from representatives of Sect. Gagea was highly informative phylogenetically. Gagea angelae and G . huochengensis , sharing gene flow, are related closely to a basal clade represented by G. ancestralis , G. xiphoidea and G. capusii , which may include the putative progenitor of all other taxa of the large Eurasian Sect. Gagea . Whereas speciation in Sect. Minimae seems to be driven mainly by hybridization, speciation in the Sect. Gagea may be influenced by both hybridization and geographical separation. We confirm the monophyly of Sects. Bulbiferae and Minimae .
    Keywords: cpDNA ; Gagea ; hybridization ; ITS ; Liliales ; At ; speciation
    ISSN: 1439-6092
    E-ISSN: 1618-1077
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  • 3
    Language: English
    In: Plant Biosystems - An International Journal Dealing with all Aspects of Plant Biology, 01 June 2010, Vol.144(2), pp.308-322
    Description: Gagea bohemica s.l. (Liliaceae) consists of two morphologically extreme forms (saxatilis and bohemica) which depending on the varying opinions of the authors are considered as separate species, subspecies or as a single variable species....
    Keywords: Didymobulbos ; Gagea Bohemica ; Liliaceae ; Morphology ; Taxonomy ; Trnl-Trnf Igs ; Botany
    ISSN: 1126-3504
    E-ISSN: 1724-5575
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