Taxon‐specific or universal? Using target capture to study the evolutionary history of rapid radiations

@article{Yardeni2021TaxonspecificOU,
  title={Taxon‐specific or universal? Using target capture to study the evolutionary history of rapid radiations},
  author={Gil Yardeni and Juan Viruel and Margot Paris and Jaqueline Hess and Clara Groot Crego and Marylaure de La Harpe and Norma Rivera and Michael H J Barfuss and Walter Till and Valeria Guzm{\'a}n‐Jacob and Thorsten Krömer and Christian Lexer and Ovidiu Paun and Thibault Leroy},
  journal={Molecular Ecology Resources},
  year={2021},
  volume={22},
  pages={927 - 945}
}
Target capture has emerged as an important tool for phylogenetics and population genetics in non-model taxa. Whereas developing taxon-specific capture probes requires sustained efforts, available universal kits may have a lower power to reconstruct relationships at shallow phylogenetic scales and within rapidly radiating clades. We present here a newly-developed target capture set for Bromeliaceae, a large and ecologically-diverse plant family with highly variable diversification rates. The set… 

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