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Summarises developments in the field since Molecular Systematics of Plants was published in 1992.
'This is a very useful handbook for university teachers and it is also a good textbook for graduate students in systematics.' trends in plant science, 4:6 (1999) 'The success of Molecular Systematics of Plants (P. Soltis, et al, 1992), which is the precursor of this volume, is indicated by the fact that my paperback copy has recently split into two down the spine after seven years of hard consultation ... The theoretical chapters are excellent. ... I would like to report that I anticipate my copy of this book will also break down the spine through over-use. ... The editors and authors deserve congratulations for the excellence of this book ... I suspect that chapters in this book will provide the backbone of the burgeoning discipline of molecular systematics for the next few years.' Edinburgh Journal of Botany, 57:1 (2000)
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