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Table 2 Species of Campanulaceae mapped for chloroplast DNA structural rearrangments.

From: Chloroplast DNA rearrangements in Campanulaceae: phylogenetic utility of highly rearranged genomes

Species Source Vouchera
Adenophora confusa Nannf. R.C. Haberle 179 TEX
Asyneuma virgatum (Labill.) Bourm. Berlin-Dahlemb 0104  
Campanula elatines L. T. Ayers 88–287 BH
Codonopsis viridis Wall. T. Ayers 88–229 BH
Cyananthus lobatus Wall. ex Benth. M. Cosner 179 OS
Edraianthus graminifolius (L.) A.DC. T. Ayers 88–195 BH
Jasione heldreichii Boiss. & Orph. T. Ayers 88–208 BH
Legousia falcata (Ten.) Fritsch ex Janch. Berlin-Dahlemb 0143  
Merciera tenuifolia (L.f.) A. DC. K. Steiner 2445 OS
Musschia aurea Dumort T. Ayers 88–274 BH
Petromarula pinnata (L.) A. DC. T. Ayers s.n.c BH
Platycodon grandiflorus (Jacq.) A. DC. T. Ayers 88–216 BH
Prismatocarpus diffusus (L.f.) A. DC. K. Steiner 2448 OS
Roella ciliata L. T. Ayers s.n.c BH
Symphyandra hofmannii Pant. T. Ayers 88–225 BH
Trachelium caeruleum L. M. Cosner 173 OS
Triodanis perfoliata (L.) Nieuwl. M. Cosner 178 OS
Wahlenbergia gloriosa Lothian T. Ayers 88–217 OS
  1. a, abbreviations for herbaria: BH = Bailey Hortorium (Cornell University, Ithaca, NY); OS = Ohio State University Herbarium (Columbus); TEX = University of Texas Herbarium (Austin)
  2. b, Botanischer Garten and Botanisches Museum, Berlin-Dahlem
  3. c, s.n. = sin numero (no number assigned by collector)