Molecular Biology and Genetics
Statistics of barcoding coverage
|Specimen Records:||237||Public Records:||24|
|Specimens with Sequences:||153||Public Species:||17|
|Specimens with Barcodes:||150||Public BINs:||0|
|Species With Barcodes:||46|
Locations of barcode samples
Malvoideae is a botanical name at the rank of subfamily, which includes in the minimum the genus Malva. It was first used by Burnett in 1835, but was not much used until recently, where, within the framework of the APG System, which unites the families Malvaceae, Bombacaceae, Sterculiaceae and Tiliaceae of the Cronquist system, the aggregate family Malvaceae is divided into 9 subfamiles, including Malvoideae. The Malvoideae of Kubitzki and Bayer includes 4 tribes:-
- Malveae (Abutilon, Alcea, Malva, Sidalcea etc.)
- Gossypieae (Gossypium, the cottons etc.)
- Hibisceae (Hibiscus etc.)
- - and two unplaced genera:-
Baum et al. have a wider concept (cladistically, all those plants more closely related to Malva sylvestris than to Bombax ceiba) of Malvoideae, which includes additionally the tribe Matisieae (three genera of Neotropical trees) and the genera Lagunaria, Camptostemon, Pentaplaris and Uladendron.
- Burnett 1835, Outlines of Botany 816, 1094, 1118 fide James L. Reveal, Index Nominum Supragenicorum Plantarum Vascularium 
- Bayer, C. and K. Kubitzki 2003. Malvaceae, pp. 225–311. In K. Kubitzki (ed.), The Families and Genera of Vascular Plants, vol. 5, Malvales, Capparales and non-betalain Caryophyllales.
- Baum, D. A., S. D. Smith, A. Yen, W. S. Alverson, R. Nyffeler, B. A. Whitlock and R. L. Oldham (2004). "Phylogenetic relationships of Malvatheca (Bombacoideae and Malvoideae; Malvaceae sensu lato) as inferred from plastid DNA sequences". American Journal of Botany 91 (11): 1863–1871. doi:10.3732/ajb.91.11.1863. PMID 21652333. (abstract online here).
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