Jejak Evolusi dan Spesiasi Marga Indigofera



Initially trace the genealogy of a taxon is an impossibility, when only few parameters available. Many parameters must be taken into account in data collec­tion. Genealogy of plants is much more complicated than other creatures. One of which that believed to trace the genealogy at the same time ensuring that there is spe- ciation in plants is molecular identification, using either chloroplast genomes, mito­chondrial genomes and nuclear genomes. Until recently molecular analysis options that address to what, and how Indigofeia for the benefit of science.


evolution; speciation; Indigofera

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