Phylogeny of basal eudicots: Insights from non-coding and rapidly evolving DNA

@inproceedings{Worberg2007PhylogenyOB,
  title={Phylogeny of basal eudicots: Insights from non-coding and rapidly evolving DNA},
  author={Andreas Worberg and Dietmar Quandt and Anna-Magdalena Barniske and Cornelia L{\"o}hne and Khidir W. Hilu and Thomas Borsch},
  year={2007}
}
Abstract Sequence data of the trnL group I intron, the petD group II intron, the trnL-F and petB-D spacers, and the rapidly evolving matK gene were analysed from all families of the basal eudicot grade and from representatives of 19 core eudicot orders. The dataset comprised 5654 positions of aligned sequence plus a matrix of 1087 binary indel characters. Mutational hotspots correspond in number and extension to hotspots already known from basal angiosperms and, with respect to secondary… CONTINUE READING

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