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Angiosperm flowers reached their highest morphological diversity early in their evolutionary history.

Andrea M. López-Martínez (Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México); Susana Magallón (Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México); Maria von Balthazar (University of Vienna); Jürg Schönenberger (University of Vienna); Hervé Sauquet (National Herbarium of New South Wales and University of New South Wales); Marion Chartier (University of Vienna). Flowers are the complex and highly diverse reproductive structures of angiosperms. Because …

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The current state of the field in using continuous shape data for phylogenetic reconstruction: A systematic review.

Emma J. Holvast (Australian National University); Mélina A. Celik (Queensland University of Technology; Matthew J. Phillips (Queensland University of Technology); Laura A. B. Wilson (Australian National University).   Discrete morphological data are often important in traditional systematic methods for phylogenetic reconstruction and are crucial for merging fossils into the tree of life, calibrating molecular dating and …

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