Miocene dispersal drives island radiations in the palm tribe Trachycarpeae (Arecaceae).

@article{Bacon2012MioceneDD,
  title={Miocene dispersal drives island radiations in the palm tribe Trachycarpeae (Arecaceae).},
  author={Christine D Bacon and William J Baker and Mark P. Simmons},
  journal={Systematic biology},
  year={2012},
  volume={61 3},
  pages={
          426-42
        }
}
The study of three island groups of the palm tribe Trachycarpeae (Arecaceae/Palmae) permits both the analysis of each independent radiation and comparisons across the tribe to address general processes that drive island diversification. Phylogenetic relationships of Trachycarpeae were inferred from three plastid and three low-copy nuclear genes. The incongruent topological position of Brahea in CISP5 was hypothesized to be caused by a gene duplication event and was addressed using uninode… CONTINUE READING

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