Predicting Plastid Marker Variation: Can Complete Plastid Genomes from Closely Related Species Help?

Abstract

Rapidly evolving non-coding plastid regions (NCPs) are currently widely used in evolutionary biology especially in plant systematic studies where NCPs have become one of the most commonly used tools in clarifying species relationships. Currently, the generally small amount of sequence variation provided by NCPs compared to nuclear regions makes plastid… (More)
DOI: 10.1371/journal.pone.0082266

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