The use of chloroplast genome sequences to solve phylogenetic incongruences in Polystachya Hook (Orchidaceae Juss)

@article{Abreu2018TheUO,
  title={The use of chloroplast genome sequences to solve phylogenetic incongruences in Polystachya Hook (Orchidaceae Juss)},
  author={Narjara Lopes de Abreu and R. Alves and S. Cardoso and Y. Bertrand and F. Sousa and C. F. Hall and B. Pfeil and A. Antonelli},
  journal={PeerJ},
  year={2018},
  volume={6}
}
Background Current evidence suggests that for more robust estimates of species tree and divergence times, several unlinked genes are required. However, most phylogenetic trees for non-model organisms are based on single sequences or just a few regions, using traditional sequencing methods. Techniques for massive parallel sequencing or next generation sequencing (NGS) are an alternative to traditional methods that allow access to hundreds of DNA regions. Here we use this approach to resolve the… Expand
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