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A Statistical Approach for Distinguishing Hybridization and Incomplete Lineage Sorting
The extent and evolutionary significance of hybridization is difficult to evaluate because of the difficulty in distinguishing hybridization from incomplete lineage sorting. Here we present a novelExpand
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Incorporating allelic variation for reconstructing the evolutionary history of organisms from multiple genes: An example from Rosa in North America.
Allelic variation within individuals holds information regarding the relationships of organisms, which is expected to be particularly important for reconstructing the evolutionary history of closelyExpand
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JML: testing hybridization from species trees
  • S. Joly
  • Medicine, Biology
  • Molecular ecology resources
  • 1 January 2012
I introduce the software jml that tests for the presence of hybridization in multispecies sequence data sets by posterior predictive checking following Joly, McLenachan and Lockhart (2009, AmericanExpand
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Polyploid and hybrid evolution in roses east of the Rocky Mountains.
This study investigates the impact of hybridization and polyploidy in the evolution of eastern North American roses. We explore these processes in the Rosa carolina complex (section Cinnamomeae),Expand
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Phylogenetic Relationships in the Genus Rosa: New Evidence from Chloroplast DNA Sequences and an Appraisal of Current Knowledge
Abstract The genus Rosa (roses) comprises approximately 190 shrub species distributed widely throughout the temperate and subtropical habitats of the northern hemisphere. Despite numerous recentExpand
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Demographic signatures accompanying the evolution of selfing in Leavenworthia alabamica.
The evolution of selfing from outcrossing is a common transition, yet little is known about the mutations and selective factors that promote this shift. In the mustard family, single-locusExpand
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Ecology in the age of DNA barcoding: the resource, the promise and the challenges ahead
Ten years after DNA barcoding was initially suggested as a tool to identify species, millions of barcode sequences from more than 1100 species are available in public databases. While several studiesExpand
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Phylogeny and biogeography of wild roses with specific attention to polyploids.
BACKGROUND AND AIMS The genus Rosa (150-200 species) is widely distributed throughout temperate and sub-tropical habitats from the northern hemisphere to tropical Asia, with only one tropical AfricanExpand
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Fast Diploidization in Close Mesopolyploid Relatives of Arabidopsis[W][OA]
The genome evolution of land plants is characterized by multiple waves of whole-genome duplications (WGDs). This cytogenetic and molecular phylogenetic analysis revealed an unexpected WGD event inExpand
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A Pleistocene inter-tribal allopolyploidization event precedes the species radiation of Pachycladon (Brassicaceae) in New Zealand.
The Southern Alps in New Zealand contain many herbaceous plant groups that have radiated during the Plicoene-Pleistocene. The species in these genera tend to be polyploid relative to their overseasExpand
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