High density, genome-wide markers and intra-specific replication yield an unprecedented phylogenetic reconstruction of a globally significant, speciose lineage of Eucalyptus.

@article{Jones2016HighDG,
  title={High density, genome-wide markers and intra-specific replication yield an unprecedented phylogenetic reconstruction of a globally significant, speciose lineage of Eucalyptus.},
  author={Roger A. C. Jones and Dean Nicolle and Dorothy A. Steane and Ren{\'e} E. Vaillancourt and Brad M Potts},
  journal={Molecular phylogenetics and evolution},
  year={2016},
  volume={105},
  pages={
          63-85
        }
}
We used genome-wide markers and an unprecedented scale of sampling to construct a phylogeny for a globally significant Eucalyptus lineage that has been impacted by hybridisation, recent radiation and morphological convergence. Our approach, using 3109 DArT markers distributed throughout the genome and 540 samples covering 185 terminal taxa in sections Maidenaria, Exsertaria, Latoangulatae and related smaller sections, with multiple geographically widespread samples per terminal taxon, produced… CONTINUE READING
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