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Rydin, C; Khodabandeh, A; Endress, P K (2010). The female reproductive unit of Ephedra (Gnetales): comparative morphology and evolutionary perspectives. Botanical Journal of the Linnean Society, 163(4):387-430.

Rydin, C; Kainulainen, K; Razafimandimbison, S G; Smedmark, J E E; Bremer, B (2009). Deep divergences in the coffee family and the systematic position of Acranthera. Plant Systematics and Evolution, 278(1-2):101-123.

Ickert-Bond, S M; Rydin, C; Renner, S S (2009). A fossil-calibrated relaxed clock for Ephedra indicates an Oligocene age for the divergence of Asian and New World clades and Miocene dispersal into South America. Journal of Systematics and Evolution, 47(5):444-456.

Rydin, C; Korall, P (2009). Evolutionary relationships in Ephedra (Gnetales), with implications for seed plant phylogeny. International Journal of Plant Sciences, 170(8):1031-1043.

Rydin, C; Razafimandimbison, S G; Khodabandeh, A; Bremer, B (2009). Evolutionary relationships in the Spermacoceae alliance (Rubiaceae) using information from six molecular loci: insights into systematic affinities of Neohymenopogon and Mouretia. Taxon, 58(3):793-810.

Razafimandimbison, S G; Rydin, C; Bremer, B (2008). Evolution and trends in the Psychotrieae alliance (Rubiaceae)- a rarely reported evolutionary change of many-seeded carpels from one-seeded carpels. Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution, 48(1):207-223.

Rydin, C; Razafimandimbison, S G; Bremer, B (2008). Rare and enigmatic genera (Dunnia, Schizocolea, Colletoecema), sisters to species-rich clades: phylogeny and aspects of conservation biology in the coffee family. Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution, 48(1):74-83.

Semark, J E E; Rydin, C; Razafimandimbison, S G; Khan, S A; Liede-Schumann, S; Bremer, B (2008). A phylogeny of Urophylleae (Rubiaceae) based on rps16 intron data. Taxon, 57(1):24-32.

Swenson, U; Lowry, P P; Munzinger, J; Rydin, C; Bartish, I V (2008). Phylogeny and generic limits in the Niemeyera complex of New Caledonian Sapotaceae: evidence of multiple origins of the anisomerous flower. Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution, 49(3):909-929.

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