Sophie Nadot
Sophie Nadot
Université Paris-Saclay
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Phylogenetic analysis ofIridaceae with parsimony and distance methods using the plastid generps4
TT Souza-Chies, G Bittar, S Nadot, L Carter, E Besin, B Lejeune
Plant Systematics and Evolution 204 (1-2), 109-123, 1997
1961997
The chloroplast generps 4 as a tool for the study ofPoaceae phylogeny
S Nadot, R Bajon, B Lejeune
Plant Systematics and Evolution 191 (1-2), 27-38, 1994
1881994
The ancestral flower of angiosperms and its early diversification
H Sauquet, M von Balthazar, S Magallón, JA Doyle, PK Endress, ...
Nature communications 8 (1), 1-10, 2017
1272017
Evolution of genome size across some cultivated Allium species
A Ricroch, R Yockteng, SC Brown, S Nadot
Genome 48 (3), 511-520, 2005
1092005
Reticulate evolution in kiwifruit (Actinidia, Actinidiaceae) identified by comparing their maternal and paternal phylogenies
J Chat, B Jáuregui, RJ Petit, S Nadot
American journal of botany 91 (5), 736-747, 2004
1092004
A phylogenetic analysis of monocotyledons based on the chloroplast gene rps4, using parsimony and a new numerical phenetics method
S Nadot, G Bittar, L Carter, R Lacroix, B Lejeune
Molecular phylogenetics and evolution 4 (3), 257-282, 1995
991995
The evolution of floral symmetry
H Citerne, F Jabbour, S Nadot, C Damerval
Advances in botanical research 54, 85-137, 2010
952010
Phylogenetic relationships among Passiflora species based on the glutamine synthetase nuclear gene expressed in chloroplast (ncpGS)
R Yockteng, S Nadot
Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution 31 (1), 379-396, 2004
952004
Relationships among pansies (Viola section Melanium) investigated using ITS and ISSR markers
R Yockteng, HEJ Ballard, G Mansion, I Dajoz, S Nadot
Plant Systematics and Evolution 241 (3-4), 153-170, 2003
812003
Evolution of oil-producing trichomes in Sisyrinchium (Iridaceae): insights from the first comprehensive phylogenetic analysis of the genus
O Chauveau, L Eggers, C Raquin, A Silvério, S Brown, A Couloux, ...
Annals of Botany 107 (8), 1287-1312, 2011
632011
Evolution of perianth and stamen characteristics with respect to floral symmetry in Ranunculales
C Damerval, S Nadot
Annals of Botany 100 (3), 631-640, 2007
582007
Multiple developmental pathways leading to a single morph: monosulcate pollen (examples from the Asparagales)
L Penet, S Nadot, A Ressayre, A Forchioni, L Dreyer, PH Gouyon
Annals of Botany 95 (2), 331-343, 2005
472005
Oil-producing flowers within the Iridoideae (Iridaceae): evolutionary trends in the flowers of the New World genera
O Chauveau, L Eggers, TT Souza-Chies, S Nadot
Annals of botany 110 (3), 713-729, 2012
452012
Establishment of zygomorphy on an ontogenic spiral and evolution of perianth in the tribe Delphinieae (Ranunculaceae)
F Jabbour, LP Ronse De Craene, S Nadot, C Damerval
Annals of Botany 104 (5), 809-822, 2009
442009
Post‐meiotic cytokinesis and pollen aperture pattern ontogeny: comparison of development in four species differing in aperture pattern
A Ressayre, L Dreyer, S Triki‐Teurtroy, A Forchioni, S Nadot
American Journal of Botany 92 (4), 576-583, 2005
442005
The evolution of pollen heteromorphism inViola: a phylogenetic approach
S Nadot, HE Ballard, JB Creach, I Dajoz
Plant Systematics and Evolution 223 (3-4), 155-171, 2000
432000
Perianth symmetry changed at least 199 times in angiosperm evolution
E Reyes, H Sauquet, S Nadot
Taxon 65 (5), 945-964, 2016
412016
Evolution of floral symmetry: a state of the art
F Jabbour, S Nadot, C Damerval
Comptes rendus biologies 332 (2-3), 219-231, 2009
392009
Phylogenetic comparative analysis of microsporogenesis in angiosperms with a focus on monocots
S Nadot, CA Furness, J Sannier, L Penet, S Triki‐Teurtroy, B Albert, ...
American Journal of Botany 95 (11), 1426-1436, 2008
352008
Combining phylogenetic and syntenic analyses for understanding the evolution of TCP ECE genes in eudicots
HL Citerne, M Le Guilloux, J Sannier, S Nadot, C Damerval
PLoS One 8 (9), e74803, 2013
332013
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