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Phylogeny and Divergence Times of Gymnosperms Inferred from Single-Copy Nuclear Genes
Phylogenetic reconstruction is fundamental to study evolutionary biology and historical biogeography. However, there was not a molecular phylogeny of gymnosperms represented by extensive sampling atExpand
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Three genome-based phylogeny of Cupressaceae s.l.: further evidence for the evolution of gymnosperms and Southern Hemisphere biogeography.
Phylogenetic information is essential to interpret the evolution of species. While DNA sequences from different genomes have been widely utilized in phylogenetic reconstruction, it is still difficultExpand
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Molecular phylogeny and biogeography of Pseudotsuga (Pinaceae): insights into the floristic relationship between Taiwan and its adjacent areas.
Climatic oscillations and geological events play major roles in shaping species diversity and the distribution of plants. The mechanisms underlying the high level of plant species diversity inExpand
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Phylogenetic relationships, possible ancient hybridization, and biogeographic history of Abies (Pinaceae) based on data from nuclear, plastid, and mitochondrial genomes.
Abies, the second largest genus of Pinaceae, consists of approximately 48 species occurring in the north temperate region. Previous molecular phylogenetic studies improved our understanding ofExpand
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Estimation of divergence times for major lineages of galliform birds: Evidence from complete mitochondrial genome sequences
Determining an absolute timescale for avian evolutionary history has been recently challenged by the relaxed molecular clock methods, that rates of molecular evolution can vary significantly amongExpand
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