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Inland Water Biology

, Volume 9, Issue 2, pp 107–111 | Cite as

Systematics and evolution of sections of the subgenus Rohrbachia (Kronf. ex Riedl) A. Krasnova of the hydrophilic genus Typha L. (Typhaceae) in Eurasia

Biology, Morphology, and Systematics of Hydrobionts
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Abstract

Systematics of the three modern sections of the subgenus Rohrbachia of the genus Typha (Typhaceae) and reconstruction of evolution in different geological periods of the Cenozoic Era in Eurasia have been examined. The section Minimae was formed in the Paleogene (Eocene) on littorals of the Angarida–Beringian area; the sections Turanicae and Mongolica were formed on the border of the Paleogene–Neogene in Central Asia (Middle Asia, North China, and Manchuria).

Keywords

genus Typha subgenus Rohrbachia sections Minimae Turanicae and Mongolica ecological evolution the Cenozoic Era Eurasia 

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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Papanin Institute for Biology of Inland WatersRussian Academy of SciencesYaroslavl oblastRussia

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