APIACEAE

Bibliography for Tropical Africa :
  • WOLFF, H. (). Umbelliferae-Apioideae-Bupleurum, Trinia et reliquae Ammineae heteroclitae: 1-214 Saniculoideae: 1-305 (1913); Apioideae-Ammineae-Carinae, Ammineae novemjugatae et genuinae: 1-398 (1927).
  • Exell, A. & Wild, H. (1978). Flora Zambesiaca: Mozambique, Federation of Rhodesia and Nyasaland, Bechuanaland Protectorate. London Kew 4:
  • CAUWET-MARC, A. M. & J. CARBONNIER, eds. (1982). Les Ombellifères, contributions pluridisciplinaires à la systématique.
  • BURTT, B. L. (1991). Umbelliferae of southern Africa: an introduction and annotated check-list. Edinburgh J. Bot. 48: 133-282
  • DOWNIE, S. R. & D. S. KATZ-DOWNIE (1999). Phylogenetic analysis of chloroplast rps16 intron sequences reveals relationships within the woody southern African Apiaceae subfamily Apioideae. Canad. J. Bot. 77: 1120-1135
  • WATSON, M. F. & al. (2001). Introduction: Evolution, biogeography and systematics of the Apiales (Araliaceae and Apiaceae). Edinburgh J. Bot. 58: 179-181
  • OSKOLSKI, A. A. (2001). Phylogenetic relationships within Apiales: evidence from wood anatomy. Edinburgh J. Bot. 58: 201-206
  • PIMENOV, M. G. & al. (2003). Karyotaxonomical analysis in the Umbelliferae.
  • LIU, M. & al. (2003). The taxonomic value of fruit structure in the subfamily Saniculoideae and related African genera (Apiaceae). Taxon 52: 261-270
  • KLJUYKOV, E. V. & al. (2004). Towards a standardised terminology for taxonomically important morphological characters in the Umbelliferae. S. African J. Bot. 70: 488-496
  • WYK, B.-E. VAN & P. M. TILNEY (2004). Diversity of Apiaceae in Africa. S. African J. Bot. 70: 433-445
  • LIU, M. (R.) & al. (2006). The taxonomic value of fruit wing types in the order Apiales. Amer. J. Bot. 93: 1357-1368
  • CALVIÑO, C. I. & al. (2006). A molecular phylogenetic study of southern African Apiaceae. Amer. J. Bot. 93: 1828-1847
  • WYK, B.-E. VAN & al. (2007). Systematic studies of African Apiaceae: A progress report. S. African J. Bot. 73: 318-319
  • SHIHA, M. A. (2007). Taxonomic significance of leaf micromorphological characters of some species of Umbelliferae (Apiaceae) in Egypt. Taeckholmia 27: 79-103
  • WYK, B.-E. VAN & al. (2008). A review of taxonomic studies in African Apiaceae.
  • DOWNIE, S. R. & al. (2008). Phylogeny and biogeography of Apiaceae tribe Oenantheae inferred from nuclear rDNA ITS and cpDNA psbl-5’trnk (UUU) sequences, with emphasis on the North American endemics clade. Botanique/Botany 86: 1039-1064
  • PIMENOV, M. G. & P. M. TILNEY, eds. (2008). Apiales-2008. 6th International Symposium on Apiales: Programme and Proceedings
  • WINTER, P. J. D. & al. (2008). A new generic classification for African peucedanoid species (Apiaceae). Taxon 57: 347-364
  • ERBAR, C. & P. LEINS (2010). Progress in Apiales research – a multidisciplinary approach. Plant Div. Evol. 128: 3-4
  • MAGEE, A. R. & al. (2010). New tribal delimitations for the early diverging lineages of Apiaceae subfamily Apioideae. Taxon 59: 567-580
  • MANCHESTER, S. R. & E. L. O’LEARY (2010). Phylogenetic distribution and identification of fin-winged fruits. Bot. Rev. 76: 1-82
  • ERBAR, C. & P. LEINS (2010). Nectaries in Apiales and related groups. Plant Div. Evol. 128: 269-295
  • DOWNIE, S. R. & al. (2010). Major clades within Apiaceae subfamily Apioideae as inferred by phylogenetic analysis of nrDNA ITS sequences. Plant Div. Evol. 128: 111-136
  • SHNEYER, V. S. (2010). On some cases of conflict between serological and DNA sequence data in Apiaceae studies. Plant Div. Evol. 128: 173-180

Bibliography other :
  • CASTROVIEJO S. & al. (2003). Flora Iberica. 10: 1-498
  • Jimenez-Mejias, P. & P. Vargas (2015). Taxonomy of the tribe Apieae (Apiaceae) revisited as revealed by molecular phylogenies and morphological characters. Phytotaxa 212(1): 57-79Mo1
  • Banasiak L., A. Wojewodzka, J.P. Reduron & al. (2016). Phylogeny of Apiaceae subtribe Daucinae and the taxonomic delineation of its genera. Taxon 65(3): 563-585
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