Allopolyploid evolution in Geinae (Colurieae: Rosaceae) – building reticulate species trees from bifurcating gene trees

@article{Smedmark2005AllopolyploidEI,
  title={Allopolyploid evolution in Geinae (Colurieae: Rosaceae) – building reticulate species trees from bifurcating gene trees},
  author={J. Smedmark and T. Eriksson and B. Bremer},
  journal={Organisms Diversity & Evolution},
  year={2005},
  volume={5},
  pages={275-283}
}
  • J. Smedmark, J. Smedmark, +3 authors B. Bremer
  • Published 2005
  • Biology
  • Organisms Diversity & Evolution
  • Abstract A previous phylogenetic study of paralogous nuclear low-copy granule-bound starch synthase (GBSSI) gene sequences from polyploid and diploid species in Geinae indicated that the clade has experienced two major allopolyploid events in its history. These were estimated to have occurred several million years ago. In this extended study we test if the reticulate phylogenetic hypothesis for Geinae can be maintained when additional sequences are added. The results are compatible with the… CONTINUE READING
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