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    REFRESH Final Results : The REFRESH Project: Resource Efficient Food and dRink for the Entire Supply cHain
    Wunder, Stephanie ; Herpen, H.W.I. van; Bygrave, Kate ; Bos-Brouwers, H.E.J. ; Colin, Flavien ; Östergren, Karin ; Vittuari, Matteo ; Pinchen, Hannah ; Kemper, Melanie - \ 2020
    REFRESH - 16 p.
    Gap analysis for decision support tools, models and libraries : REFRESH D2.6
    Wigham, M.L.I. ; Tromp, S.O. ; Wilson, J. ; Bygrave, Kate - \ 2019
    REFRESH - 43 p.
    LCA & LCC of food waste case studies : assessment of food side flow prevention and valorisation routes in selected supply chains
    Menna, Fabio De; Davis, Jennifer ; Bowman, Martin ; Brenes Peralta, Laura ; Bygrave, Kate ; Garcia Herrero, Laura ; Luyckx, Karen ; McManus, William ; Vittuari, Matteo ; Zanten, Hannah van; Ostergren, Karen - \ 2019
    Netherlands : REFRESH - ISBN 9789463950008 - 85
    National Frameworks for Action
    Timmermans, Toine ; Bygrave, Kate - \ 2017
    Frameworks for Action : Selection Process
    Bygrave, Kate ; Rogers, David ; Eisenhauer, Patrik ; Brüggemann, Nora ; Timmermans, A.J.M. ; Cseh, Balázs ; Lopez-i-Gelats, Feliu ; Diaz-Ruiz, Raquel - \ 2017
    REFRESH - 94 p.
    Identifying clades in Asian Annonaceae: monophyletic genera in the polyphyletic Miliuseae
    Mols, J.B. ; Gravendeel, B. ; Chatrou, L.W. ; Pirie, M.D. ; Bygrave, P. ; Chase, M.W. ; Kessler, P.J.A. - \ 2004
    American Journal of Botany 91 (2004)4. - ISSN 0002-9122 - p. 590 - 600.
    chloroplast dna - flowering plants - rbcl sequences - seed plants - systematics - evolution - revision - phylogeny - regions - number
    The tribe Miliuseae (Annonaceae) comprises six genera distributed in Asia: Alphonsea, Mezzettia, Miliusa, Orophea, Platymitra, and Phoenicanthus. A phylogenetic study to investigate the putative monophyly of the tribe and the intergeneric relationships is presented here. Nucleotide sequences of the plastid gene rbcL, trnL intron, and trnL-trnF intergenic spacer were analyzed from 114 Annonaceae taxa, including 24 Miliuseae species and two outgroups using maximum parsimony and Bayesian inference. The two data sets (rbcL and the trnL-trnF regions) were analyzed separately and in combination. Miliuseae were found to be polyphyletic due to the position of Mezzettia and are part of a large, predominantly Asian and Central-American clade (miliusoid clade). Although intergeneric relationships were poorly resolved, all genera, except Polyalthia, were monophyletic, supporting previous generic delimitation based on morphology. A group of three Polyalthia species seems the most likely sister group of Miliusa. Several infrageneric groups of Miliusa, Orophea, and Polyalthia are supported by both molecular and morphological data. No morphological synapomorphies have yet been found for the miliusoid clade. Molecular clades within the miliusoid clade, however, can be characterized by size and the shape of the outer petals, number of ovules per carpel, and the size of the fruits
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