Multiple origins of endosymbiosis within the Enterobacteriaceae (γ-Proteobacteria): convergence of complex phylogenetic approaches

@inproceedings{Husnk2011MultipleOO,
  title={Multiple origins of endosymbiosis within the Enterobacteriaceae (γ-Proteobacteria): convergence of complex phylogenetic approaches},
  author={Filip Husn{\'i}k and Tom{\'a}{\vs} Chrudimsk{\'y} and V{\'a}clav Hyp{\vs}a},
  booktitle={BMC Biology},
  year={2011}
}
The bacterial family Enterobacteriaceae gave rise to a variety of symbiotic forms, from the loosely associated commensals, often designated as secondary (S) symbionts, to obligate mutualists, called primary (P) symbionts. Determination of the evolutionary processes behind this phenomenon has long been hampered by the unreliability of phylogenetic reconstructions within this group of bacteria. The main reasons have been the absence of sufficient data, the highly derived nature of the symbiont… CONTINUE READING
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