Mitogenomic analysis of decapod crustacean phylogeny corroborates traditional views on their relationships.

  title={Mitogenomic analysis of decapod crustacean phylogeny corroborates traditional views on their relationships.},
  author={H. Shen and A. Braband and G. Scholtz},
  journal={Molecular phylogenetics and evolution},
  volume={66 3},
  • H. Shen, A. Braband, G. Scholtz
  • Published 2013
  • Biology, Medicine
  • Molecular phylogenetics and evolution
  • Phylogenetic relationships within decapod crustaceans are highly controversial. Even recent analyses based on molecular datasets have shown largely contradictory results. Previous studies using mitochondrial genomes are promising but suffer from a poor and unbalanced taxon sampling. To fill these gaps we sequenced the (nearly) complete mitochondrial genomes of 13 decapod species: Stenopus hispidus, Polycheles typhlops, Panulirus versicolor, Scyllarides latus, Enoplometopus occidentalis, Homarus… CONTINUE READING
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