Monophyly of clade III nematodes is not supported by phylogenetic analysis of complete mitochondrial genome sequences

@inproceedings{Park2010MonophylyOC,
  title={Monophyly of clade III nematodes is not supported by phylogenetic analysis of complete mitochondrial genome sequences},
  author={Joong-Ki Park and Tahera Sultana and Sang-Hwa Lee and Seokha Kang and Hyong Kyu Kim and Gi-Sik Min and Keeseon S. Eom and Steven A. Nadler},
  booktitle={BMC Genomics},
  year={2010}
}
The orders Ascaridida, Oxyurida, and Spirurida represent major components of zooparasitic nematode diversity, including many species of veterinary and medical importance. Phylum-wide nematode phylogenetic hypotheses have mainly been based on nuclear rDNA sequences, but more recently complete mitochondrial (mtDNA) gene sequences have provided another source of molecular information to evaluate relationships. Although there is much agreement between nuclear rDNA and mtDNA phylogenies… CONTINUE READING

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