In eight species of the family Araliaceae, inhabiting the territory of the Russian Far East, the sequences of ITS regions of nuclear rDNA were determined. A comparison of these sequences enabled establishment of phylogenetic relationships between the Far Eastern and other members of the family. It was demonstrated that Aralia elata populations from Primorye and Sakhalin were genetically different and, hereby, could be classified as intraspecific taxa. Aralia continentalis along with A. cordata were attributed to the section Aralia sensu Wen. Oplopanax elatus and O. horridus were found to be very close to each other, possibly being the subspecies of one species or relatively young species. Legitimacy of the discrimination between two sections within the genus Eleutherococcus was confirmed.
Russian Journal of Genetics – Springer Journals
Published: Jul 15, 2005
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