Entire plastid phylogeny of the carrot genus (Daucus, Apiaceae): Concordance with nuclear data and mitochondrial and nuclear DNA insertions to the plastid.

@article{Spooner2017EntirePP,
  title={Entire plastid phylogeny of the carrot genus (Daucus, Apiaceae): Concordance with nuclear data and mitochondrial and nuclear DNA insertions to the plastid.},
  author={D. Spooner and Holly Ruess and M. Iorizzo and D. Senalik and P. Simon},
  journal={American journal of botany},
  year={2017},
  volume={104 2},
  pages={
          296-312
        }
}
PREMISE OF THE STUDY We explored the phylogenetic utility of entire plastid DNA sequences in Daucus and compared the results with prior phylogenetic results using plastid and nuclear DNA sequences. METHODS We used Illumina sequencing to obtain full plastid sequences of 37 accessions of 20 Daucus taxa and outgroups, analyzed the data with phylogenetic methods, and examined evidence for mitochondrial DNA transfer to the plastid (DcMP). KEY RESULTS Our phylogenetic trees of the entire data set… Expand
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