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Applying DNA barcodes for identification of economically important species in Brassicaceae

X. Q. Sun, Qu, Y. Q., Yao, H., Zhang, Y. M., Yan, Q. Q., and Hang, Y. Y., Applying DNA barcodes for identification of economically important species in Brassicaceae, vol. 14, pp. 15050-15061, 2015.

Brassicaceae is a large plant family of special interest; it includes many economically important crops, herbs, and ornamentals, as well as model organisms. The taxonomy of the Brassicaceae has long been controversial because of the poorly delimited generic boundaries and artificially circumscribed tribes.

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