Charles C Davis

Summary

Affiliation: University of Michigan
Country: USA

Publications

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    Davis C, Bell C, Fritsch P, Mathews S. Phylogeny of Acridocarpus-Brachylophon (Malpighiaceae): implications for tertiary tropical floras and Afroasian biogeography. Evolution. 2002;56:2395-405 pubmed
    ..Although the spread of xeric environments resulted in the extinction of many African plant groups, our data suggest that for others it provided an opportunity for further diversification...
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    Davis C, Wurdack K. Host-to-parasite gene transfer in flowering plants: phylogenetic evidence from Malpighiales. Science. 2004;305:676-8 pubmed
    ..These discordant phylogenetic hypotheses strongly suggest that part of the mitochondrial genome in Rafflesiaceae was acquired via HGT from their hosts...

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Publications2

  1. request reprint
    Davis C, Bell C, Fritsch P, Mathews S. Phylogeny of Acridocarpus-Brachylophon (Malpighiaceae): implications for tertiary tropical floras and Afroasian biogeography. Evolution. 2002;56:2395-405 pubmed
    ..Although the spread of xeric environments resulted in the extinction of many African plant groups, our data suggest that for others it provided an opportunity for further diversification...
  2. request reprint
    Davis C, Wurdack K. Host-to-parasite gene transfer in flowering plants: phylogenetic evidence from Malpighiales. Science. 2004;305:676-8 pubmed
    ..These discordant phylogenetic hypotheses strongly suggest that part of the mitochondrial genome in Rafflesiaceae was acquired via HGT from their hosts...