Nan Lin

Nan Lin
Chinese Academy of Sciences | CAS · Wuhan Botanical Garden [Wuhan Institute of Botany]

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A new species, Oreocharis xieyongii T. Deng, D.G. Zhang & H. Sun, from Hunan Province, central China, is described. The combination of purple zygomorphic corolla with longer adaxial lobes and exserted stamens defines the species and discriminates it from all other current Oreocharis species. Morphological traits of the new species were compared to...
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Evolutionary radiations have intrigued biologists for more than a century, yet our understanding of the drivers of radiating diversification is still limited. We investigate the roles of environmental and species-intrinsic factors in driving the rapid radiation of Saussurea (Asteraceae) by deploying a number of palaeoenvironment-, diversity- and tr...
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Review history of Macroevolutionary pattern of Saussurea (Asteraceae) provides insights into the drivers of radiating diversification
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The flora of northern China forms the main part of the Sino- Japanese floristic re-gion and is located in a south– north vegetative transect in East Asia. Phylogeographic studies have demonstrated that an arid belt in this region has promoted divergence of plants in East Asia. However, little is known about how plants that are restricted to the ari...
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Despite the well‐known biogeographic pattern in the Northern Hemisphere of disjunct distributions in plants between eastern Asia and North America, many details regarding the evolution of the disjunction between lineages of tropical Asia and tropical America remain poorly understood. Berchemia (Rhamnaceae), comprising ca. 32 species, is distributed...
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The Qinghai-Tibet Plateau (QTP) encompasses areas with a remarkably high degree of biodiversity, harboring exceptional species-rich radiations. How these radiations formed by interacting with geology, climate and ecology remains seldom examined. We investigate the roles of abiotic (environmental) and biotic (species-intrinsic) factors in driving r...
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Trichosanthes sunhangii D.G.Zhang, Z.M.Li, Qun Liu & T.Deng, a new species of Cucurbitaceae, is described and illustrated. It was collected in Shennongjia Forestry District, Hubei province, east-central China. T. sunhangii is morphologically similar to T. kirilowii Maxim. and T. rosthornii Harms, but can be easily distinguished from them by its bra...
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Background: Plastome-scale data have been prevalent in reconstructing the plant Tree of Life. However, phylogenomic studies currently based on plastomes rely primarily on maximum likelihood inference of concatenated alignments of plastid genes, and thus phylogenetic discordance produced by individual plastid genes has generally been ignored. Moreov...
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Investigating the interaction between environmental heterogeneity and local adaptation is critical to understand the evolutionary history of a species, providing the premise for studying the response of organisms to rapid climate change. However, for most species how exactly the spatial heterogeneity promotes population divergence and how genomic v...
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Kingdonia uniflora, an alpine herb, has an extremely narrow distribution and represents a model for studying evolutionary mechanisms of species that have adapted to undisturbed environments for evolutionary long periods of time. We assembled a 1,004.7-Mb draft genome (encoding 43,301 genes) of K. uniflora and found significant overrepresentation in...
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Background Plastome-scale data have been prevalent in reconstructing the plant Tree of Life. However, phylogenomic studies currently based on plastomes rely primarily on maximum likelihood (ML) inference of concatenated alignments of plastid genes, and thus phylogenetic discordance produced by individual plastid genes has generally been ignored. Mo...
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Investigating the interaction between environmental heterogeneity and local adaptation is critical to understand the evolutionary history of a species, providing the premise for studying the response of organisms to rapid climate change. However, for most species how exactly the spatial heterogeneity promotes population divergence and how genomic v...
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Kingdonia uniflora, an alpine herb, has an extremely narrow distribution and represents a model for studying evolutionary mechanisms of species that have adapted to undisturbed environments for evolutionary long periods of time. We assembled a 1,004.7-Mb draft genome (encoding 43,301 genes) and investigated the evolutionary history of K. uniflora,...
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Mazaceae, a recently proposed family in the Lamiales, contains three genera; Mazus, Lancea and Dodartia, yet the systematic position and the circumscription of the family have not been fully confirmed. This paper reports on an expanded analysis of the family that included most species of all three genera using five chloroplast DNA regions (matK, ps...
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Silene sunhangii , a new species of Caryophyllaceae known from only three populations in Hubei and Hunan provinces of central China, is described. Both morphological and molecular data were used to assess the taxonomic status and relationships of this species. Morphologically, S. sunhangii is most similar to S. platyphylla Franch. from which it dif...
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The complete chloroplast genome of Poikilospermum lanceolatum was sequenced using HiSeq4000 of Illumina. The length of this genome was 153, 454 bp, including a large single copy (LSC) region (84,202 bp), a small single copy (SSC) region (18,172 bp), and two inverted repeat (IR) regions (25,540 bp). The overall GC content of the genome of P. lanceol...
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Background Saussurea DC. is one of the largest and most morphologically heterogeneous genera in Asteraceae. The relationships within Saussurea have been poorly resolved, probably due an early, rapid radiation. To examine plastome evolution and resolve backbone relationships within Saussurea, we sequenced the complete plastomes of 17 species represe...
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Myripnois is a monotypic shrub genus in the daisy family constricted to northern China. Although wild populations of Myripnois dioica are relatively rare, this plant may potentially be cultured as a fine ornamental. In the present study, we sequenced the complete plastome of M. dioica, generating the first plastome sequences of the subfamily Pertyo...
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The complete chloroplast genome of Allium fistulosum (Bunching onion) was determined. The length of the complete chloroplast genome is 153,164 bp. The whole chloroplast genome consists of 82,237 bp long single copy (LSC) and 17,907 bp small single copy (SSC) regions, separated by a pair of 26,510 bp inverted repeat (IR) regions. The Allium fistulos...
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Chloroplast DNA sequence polymorphism detected at mutation sites at haplotypes in P. souliei.
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Pairwise FST (blow diagonal) and P-values (above diagonal) among populations of P. souliei.
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Table and Figure of relationship between the fixation index (FCT; y-axis) and number of clusters (K; x-axis) in the SAMOVA of P. souliei.
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The 159 species occurrence points (black dots in figure) were for species distribution modeling.
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Climate-based species distribution models of P. souliei for three geological time periods: present day, Mid-Holocene (c. 6 ka), and Last Glacial Maximum (c. 22 ka).
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List of sampling localities, herbarium voucher specimens, and GenBank accession numbers. Herbarium acronyms is as follows: KUN = Herbarium of Kunming Institute of Botany, Chinese Academy of Sciences.
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Genetic diversity within populations and correlations test. Genetic diversity within populations. (Hd indicates haplotype diversity; π indicates nucleotide diversity).
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Several cases of biogeographic regionalization based on one species from Qinghai-Tibet Plateau (QTP) - Hengduan Mountains (HDM) region.
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Premise of the Study Toona (Meliaceae, Sapindales) is a small genus of five species of trees native from southern and eastern Asia to New Guinea and Australia. Complete plastomes were sequenced for three Toona species to provide a basis for future plastome genetic studies in threatened species of Toona. In addition, plastome structural evolution an...
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Biogeographic regionalization can help to better understand diversity in biogeography, conservation, and macroecology. Historical regionalization schemes typically focus on species distributions, often rarely considering the rich context that phylogeographic information can provide. We investigated whether phylogeographic data could help to delinea...
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Background Among the 13 families of early-diverging eudicots, only Circaeasteraceae (Ranunculales), which consists of the two monotypic genera Circaeaster and Kingdonia, lacks a published complete plastome sequence. In addition, the phylogenetic position of Circaeasteraceae as sister to Lardizabalaceae has only been weakly or moderately supported i...

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