A target enrichment method for gathering phylogenetic information from hundreds of loci: An example from the Compositae1

@article{Mandel2014ATE,
  title={A target enrichment method for gathering phylogenetic information from hundreds of loci: An example from the Compositae1},
  author={Jennifer R. Mandel and Rebecca B. Dikow and Vicki A. Funk and Rishi R. Masalia and S. Evan Staton and Alexander Kozik and Richard W. Michelmore and Loren H. Rieseberg and John M. Burke},
  journal={Applications in Plant Sciences},
  year={2014},
  volume={2}
}
Premise of the study: The Compositae (Asteraceae) are a large and diverse family of plants, and the most comprehensive phylogeny to date is a meta-tree based on 10 chloroplast loci that has several major unresolved nodes. We describe the development of an approach that enables the rapid sequencing of large numbers of orthologous nuclear loci to facilitate efficient phylogenomic analyses. Methods and Results: We designed a set of sequence capture probes that target conserved orthologous… 

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