A core phylogeny of Dictyostelia inferred from genomes representative of the eight major and minor taxonomic divisions of the group

@inproceedings{Singh2016ACP,
  title={A core phylogeny of Dictyostelia inferred from genomes representative of the eight major and minor taxonomic divisions of the group},
  author={Reema Singh and Christina Schilde and Pauline Schaap},
  booktitle={BMC Evolutionary Biology},
  year={2016}
}
Dictyostelia are a well-studied group of organisms with colonial multicellularity, which are members of the mostly unicellular Amoebozoa. A phylogeny based on SSU rDNA data subdivided all Dictyostelia into four major groups, but left the position of the root and of six group-intermediate taxa unresolved. Recent phylogenies inferred from 30 or 213 proteins from sequenced genomes, positioned the root between two branches, each containing two major groups, but lacked data to position the group… CONTINUE READING

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