Exon capture phylogenomics: efficacy across scales of divergence.

@article{Bragg2016ExonCP,
  title={Exon capture phylogenomics: efficacy across scales of divergence.},
  author={Jason G Bragg and Sally Potter and Ke Bi and Craig C Moritz},
  journal={Molecular ecology resources},
  year={2016},
  volume={16 5},
  pages={1059-68}
}
The evolutionary histories of species are not measured directly, but estimated using genealogies inferred for particular loci. Individual loci can have discordant histories, but in general we expect to infer evolutionary histories more accurately as more of the genome is sampled. High Throughput Sequencing (HTS) is now providing opportunities to incorporate thousands of loci in 'phylogenomic' studies. Here, we used target enrichment to sequence c.3000 protein-coding exons in a group of… CONTINUE READING
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