Analyses of 202 plastid genomes elucidate the phylogeny of Solanum section Petota

@article{Huang2019AnalysesO2,
  title={Analyses of 202 plastid genomes elucidate the phylogeny of Solanum section Petota},
  author={Binquan Huang and Holly Ruess and Qiqi Liang and Christophe Colleoni and David M. Spooner},
  journal={Scientific Reports},
  year={2019},
  volume={9}
}
Our paper analyzes full plastid DNA sequence data of 202 wild and cultivated diploid potatoes, Solanum section Petota, to explore its phylogenetic utility compared to prior analyses of the same accessions using genome-wide nuclear SNPs, and plastid DNA restriction site data. The present plastid analysis discovered the same major clades as the nuclear data but with some substantial differences in topology within the clades. The considerably larger plastid and nuclear data sets add phylogenetic… Expand
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