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Re: Articles

  • Subject: Re: [IGSROBIN] Articles
  • From: Ed Olson Moore <H20wrx@AOL.COM>
  • Date: Wed, 17 Apr 2002 10:55:25 EDT

Reference from Dr. Gibby:

Bakker,G.T., Culham,A., Pankhurst,C.E. and Gibby,M. 2000. Mitochondrial and
Chloroplast DNA based phylogeny of Pelargonium (Geraniaceae). American
Journal of Botany 87: 727-734.

Gibby,M., Hinnah,S., Marais,E.M. and Albers,F. 1996. Cytological variation
and evolution within Pelargonium section Hoarea (Geraniaceae). Plant
Systematics and Evolution 203: 111-142.

Albers,F., Gibby,M. and Austmann,M. 1992. A reaaaraisal of Pelargonium sect.
Ligularia (Geraniaceae). Plant Systematics and Evolution 179: 257-276.

Gibby,M., Albers,F. and Prinsloo,P. 1990. Kayological studies in Pelargonium
sections Ciconium, Dibrachya and Jenkinsonia(Geraniaceae). Plant Systematica
and Evolution 170: 151-159.
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