The presence of the MhyYABBY paralogs, which are coorthologous to the FIL and INO clades, indicates that the MhyFIL1/ MhyFIL2/MhyFIL3 and MhyINO1/MhyINO2 groups could represent allelic variants (for FIL group), alternative splicing variants (for INO group), or may have originated as a result of a recent gene duplication event unique to the Ericales
Phylogenetic relationships in the order Ericales
s.1.: Analyses of molecular data from five genes from the plastid and mitochondrial genomes.
Pollen taxa Within Outside p (one-tailed) mean SD n mean SD n Ericales
33.6 20.6 14 13.4 13.8 11 0.008 Betula 3.8 2.3 14 1.9 0.9 11 0.001 Salix 6.5 5.9 14 16.4 10.6 11 0.009 Remote sensing has revealed that at least half of the area around the south end of Nettilling Lake below 100 m a.s.l.
At Chase Pond common taxa are: Pinus ([is less than] 10%), Salix (510%), Ericales
(5%), Cyperaceae (10-25%), Poaceae ([is less than]10%), Artemisia (10%), Tubuliflorae (5%), and Lycopodium ([is less than]5%).
Phylogeny, diagnostic characters, and generic limitation of Australasian Chrysophylloideae (Sapotaceae, Ericales
): evidence from ITS sequence data and morphology.
According to Emberger (1960), Melchior (1964), Hutchinson (1973) and Benson (1979), it is classified in Santalales; while for Stebbins (1974), Cronquist (1981), Rouleau (1981) and Takhtajan (1983) it is in Ericales
, whilst for Young (1981) and Thorne (1983) it is in Pittosporales, but for Dahlgren (1980) it is in Cunoniales (Goldberg, 1986).
The biology of mycorrhiza in the ericales
. Canadian Journal of Botany 61:985-1004.
Dwarf birch (Betula nana and Betula glandulosa) are important components of the shrub vegetation, along with willow (Salix spp.), heaths (Ericales
[includes Ericaceae, Empetraceae, and Pyrolaceae]), and spirea (Spiraea beauverdiana).
Examining the relationship between flower thrips (Thysanoptera: Thripidae) spatial distribution and blueberry (Ericales
: Ericaceae) flower density.
. Although most families have predominantly polysymmetric flowers, monosymmetric taxa occur in several of them.
There were no differences in mean percentage of mortality, crown loss, uprooting, or defoliation among the families Aquifoliaceae, Melastomataceae, Myrtaceae, and Rubiaceae, or the orders Celastrales, Ericales
, Myrtales, and Rubiales (ANOVAs, arcsine square-root transformed data, P [greater than] 0.05).