Evolutionary history of chloridoid grasses estimated from 122 nuclear loci.

@article{Fisher2016EvolutionaryHO,
  title={Evolutionary history of chloridoid grasses estimated from 122 nuclear loci.},
  author={Amanda E. Fisher and Kristen M Hasenstab and Hester L. Bell and Ellen Blaine and Amanda L. Ingram and J. Travis Columbus},
  journal={Molecular phylogenetics and evolution},
  year={2016},
  volume={105},
  pages={1-14}
}
Chloridoideae (chloridoid grasses) are a subfamily of ca. 1700 species with high diversity in arid habitats. Until now, their evolutionary relationships have primarily been studied with DNA sequences from the chloroplast, a maternally inherited organelle. Next-generation sequencing is able to efficiently recover large numbers of nuclear loci that can then be used to estimate the species phylogeny based upon bi-parentally inherited data. We sought to test our chloroplast-based hypotheses of… CONTINUE READING
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