EVOLUSI, SPESIASI, DAN HIBRIDISASI PADA BEBERAPA ANGGOTA SAPINDACEAE

Nina Ratna Djuita

Abstract

Evolution in Sapindaceae have been running for a long time, as evidenced by the fossil of Sapindopsis encountered in the mid Cretaceous. Based on its characteris­tics, the genus is thought to live in stressful environments. Sapindaceae has the habitus of shrubs, trees, climbers, and the vine. Speciation in Sapindaceae can be found in genus Acor, while members of Sapindaceae which had hybridization can be found in genus AesculusEvolution in Sapindaceae have been running for a long time, as evidenced
by the fossil of Sapindopsis encountered in the mid Cretaceous. Based on its characteristics, the genus is thought to live in stressful environments. Sapindaceae has the habitus
of shrubs, trees, climbers, and the vine. Speciation in Sapindaceae can be found in genus
Acer, while members of Sapindaceae which had hybridization can be found in genus Aesculus.

Keywords

evolution; speciation; hybridization; Sapindaceae

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