Deep reticulation and incomplete lineage sorting obscure the diploid phylogeny of rain-lilies and allies (Amaryllidaceae tribe Hippeastreae).

@article{Garca2017DeepRA,
  title={Deep reticulation and incomplete lineage sorting obscure the diploid phylogeny of rain-lilies and allies (Amaryllidaceae tribe Hippeastreae).},
  author={Nicol{\'a}s Garc{\'i}a and Ryan A. Folk and A. Meerow and S. Chamala and M. Gitzendanner and Renata Souza de Oliveira and D. Soltis and P. Soltis},
  journal={Molecular phylogenetics and evolution},
  year={2017},
  volume={111},
  pages={
          231-247
        }
}
Hybridization is a frequent and important force in plant evolution. Next-generation sequencing (NGS) methods offer new possibilities for clade resolution and ambitious sampling of gene genealogies, yet difficulty remains in detecting deep reticulation events using currently available methods. We reconstructed the phylogeny of diploid representatives of Amaryllidaceae tribe Hippeastreae to test the hypothesis of ancient hybridizations preceding the radiation of its major subclade, Hippeastrinae… Expand
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