Incongruence among mitochondrial, chloroplast and nuclear gene trees in Pinus subgenus Strobus (Pinaceae)

@article{Tsutsui2009IncongruenceAM,
  title={Incongruence among mitochondrial, chloroplast and nuclear gene trees in Pinus subgenus Strobus (Pinaceae)},
  author={Kiyomi Tsutsui and Atsushi Suwa and Kei’ichi Sawada and Toshihide Kato and Takeshi A. Ohsawa and Yasuyuki Watano},
  journal={Journal of Plant Research},
  year={2009},
  volume={122},
  pages={509-521}
}
Introgression has been considered to be one of main factors leading to phylogenetic incongruence among different datasets at lower taxonomic levels. In the plants of Pinaceae, the mtDNA, cpDNA, and nuclear DNA (nrDNA) may have different evolutionary histories through introgression because they are inherited maternally, paternally and biparentally, respectively. We compared mtDNA, cpDNA, and two low-copy nrDNA phylogenetic trees in the genus Pinus subgenus Strobus, in order to detect unknown… CONTINUE READING
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