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Voltammetric Electrochemical Sensor for Phylogenetic Study in Acer Linn
Acer Linn. is a highly divergent species morphology in the maple family (Aceraceae). It is one of the genera facing a very difficult taxonomic situation. The phylogeny of the genus and the taxonomic system under the genus remain unclear. The use of electrochemical fingerprints for plant phylogenetic study is an emerging application in biosensors. In this work, leaves of 18 species of Acer Linn. with an exo-taxa were selected for electrochemical fingerprint recording. Two different conditionsdoi:10.3390/bios11090323 pmid:34562913 fatcat:wjqnwap5qzff7ayppeu2nntafm