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Carex subg. Vignea

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Carex subg. Vignea
Carex arenaria detail.jpeg
Inflorescences of Carex arenaria
Scientific classification e
Kingdom: Plantae
Clade: Angiosperms
Clade: Monocots
Clade: Commelinids
Order: Poales
Family: Cyperaceae
Genus: Carex
Subgenus: C. subg. Vignea
(P. Beauv. ex T. Lestib.) Peterm.
Type species
Carex arenaria [1]

Carex subg. Vignea is a subgenus of the sedge genus Carex, containing around 300 of the 2000 species in the genus.[2] Its members are characterised by having bisexual, sessile spikes, where the female flowers have two stigmas each.[2][3]

Carex subg. Vignea has been repeatedly found to be monophyletic in molecular phylogenetic analysis, with Carex gibba (which, exceptionally for the section, has three stigmas per female flower) as the sister group to the rest of the subgenus.[2][3] It contains the following sections:[4]

  • <i>Carex</i> sect. <i>Ammoglochin</i>
  • <i>Carex</i> sect. <i>Baldenses</i>
  • <i>Carex</i> sect. <i>Bracteosae</i>
  • Carex sect. Chordorrhizae
  • <i>Carex</i> sect. <i>Deweyanae</i>
  • <i>Carex</i> sect. <i>Dispermae</i>
  • <i>Carex</i> sect. <i>Divisae</i>
  • <i>Carex</i> sect. <i>Echinochloomorphae</i>
  • <i>Carex</i> sect. <i>Foetidae</i>
  • <i>Carex</i> sect. <i>Gibbae</i>
  • <i>Carex</i> sect. <i>Glareosae</i>
  • <i>Carex</i> sect. <i>Grallatoriae</i>
  • <i>Carex</i> sect. <i>Heleoglochin</i>
  • <i>Carex</i> sect. <i>Holarrhenae</i>
  • <i>Carex</i> sect. <i>Incurvae</i>
  • <i>Carex</i> sect. <i>Inversae</i>
  • Carex sect. Macrocephalae
  • <i>Carex</i> sect. <i>Multiflorae</i>
  • Carex sect. Ovales
  • <i>Carex</i> sect. <i>Phaestoglochin</i>
  • <i>Carex</i> sect. <i>Phleoideae</i>
  • <i>Carex</i> sect. <i>Physodeae</i>
  • <i>Carex</i> sect. <i>Physoglochin</i>
  • <i>Carex</i> sect. <i>Potosinae</i>
  • <i>Carex</i> sect. <i>Remotae</i>
  • <i>Carex</i> sect. <i>Stellulatae</i>
  • <i>Carex</i> sect. <i>Stenorhynchae</i>
  • <i>Carex</i> sect. <i>Thomsonianae</i>
  • <i>Carex</i> sect. <i>Vulpinae</i>

See also


  1. ^ Julian R. Starr; Stephen A. Harris; David A. Simpson (2008). "Phylogeny of the unispicate taxa in Cyperaceae Tribe Cariceae II: the limits of Uncinia". In Robert F. C. Naczi; Bruce A. Ford. Sedges: Uses, Diversity, and Systematics of the Cyperaceae (PDF proof). Monographs in Systematic Botany. 180. Missouri Botanical Garden Press. ISBN 9781930723726. 
  2. ^ a b c Bruce A. Ford; Mahmood Iranpour; Robert F. C. Naczi; Julian R. Starr; Cheryl A. Jerome (2006). "Phylogeny of Carex subg. Vignea (Cyperaceae) based on non-coding nrDNA sequence data". Systematic Botany. 31 (1): 70–82. doi:10.1600/036364406775971813. 
  3. ^ a b Bruce A. Ford; Habibollah Ghazvini; Robert F. C. Naczi; Julian R. Starr (2012). "Phylogeny of Carex subg. Vignea (Cyperaceae) based on amplified fragment length polymorphism and nrDNA data". Systematic Botany. 37 (4): 913–925. doi:10.1600/036364412X656464. 
  4. ^ "Vignea". Cyperaceae. eMonocot. Retrieved December 16, 2014. 
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