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The Origin of Diversity in Begonia: Genome Dynamism, Population Processes and Phylogenetic Patterns

By A. Dewitte, A.D. Twyford, D.C. Thomas, C.A. Kidner and J. Van Huylenbroeck

Submitted: November 30th 2010Reviewed: August 4th 2011Published: December 2nd 2011

DOI: 10.5772/23789

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A. Dewitte, A.D. Twyford, D.C. Thomas, C.A. Kidner and J. Van Huylenbroeck (December 2nd 2011). The Origin of Diversity in Begonia: Genome Dynamism, Population Processes and Phylogenetic Patterns, The Dynamical Processes of Biodiversity - Case Studies of Evolution and Spatial Distribution, Oscar Grillo and Gianfranco Venora, IntechOpen, DOI: 10.5772/23789. Available from:

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