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The importance of the North Atlantic land bridges and eastern Asia in the post-Boreotropical biogeography of the Northern Hemisphere as revealed from the poison ivy genus (Toxicodendron, Anacardiaceae…

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The importance of the North Atlantic land bridges and eastern Asia in the post-Boreotropical biogeography of the Northern Hemisphere as revealed from the poison ivy genus (Toxicodendron, Anacardiaceae)
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Molecular Phylogenetics & Evolution, October 2019
DOI 10.1016/j.ympev.2019.106561
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Ying Jiang, Min Gao, Ying Meng, Jun Wen, Xue-Jun Ge, Ze-Long Nie

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