Phylogenetic congruence between Mollitrichosiphum (Aphididae: Greenideinae) and Buchnera indicates insect–bacteria parallel evolution

@article{Liu2013PhylogeneticCB,
  title={Phylogenetic congruence between Mollitrichosiphum (Aphididae: Greenideinae) and Buchnera indicates insect–bacteria parallel evolution},
  author={Lin Liu and Xiao-lei Huang and Ruiling Zhang and Liyun Jiang and G. Qiao},
  journal={Systematic Entomology},
  year={2013},
  volume={38}
}
We wanted to test whether Mollitrichosiphum, an aphid genus with life cycles on subtropical woody host plants, and Buchnera, the primary endosymbiont of aphids, evolve in parallel. We used three aphid genes (mitochondrial COI, cytochrome oxidase subunit I and Cytb, cytochrome b; nuclear EF1α, translation elongation factor 1 alpha) and two Buchnera genes (16S rDNA; gnd, gluconate‐6‐phosphate dehydrogenase) to reconstruct phylogenies. The congruence between the phylogenetic trees of aphids and… Expand
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