Insect mitochondrial genomics: implications for evolution and phylogeny.

@article{Cameron2014InsectMG,
  title={Insect mitochondrial genomics: implications for evolution and phylogeny.},
  author={Stephen Locheil. Cameron},
  journal={Annual review of entomology},
  year={2014},
  volume={59},
  pages={
          95-117
        }
}
The mitochondrial (mt) genome is, to date, the most extensively studied genomic system in insects, outnumbering nuclear genomes tenfold and representing all orders versus very few. Phylogenomic analysis methods have been tested extensively, identifying compositional bias and rate variation, both within and between lineages, as the principal issues confronting accurate analyses. Major studies at both inter- and intraordinal levels have contributed to our understanding of phylogenetic… CONTINUE READING
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