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World spatial phylogenetics of the angiosperms.

Andrew H. Thornhill (University of New Engalnd); Alexandre R Zuntini (Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew); Tom Carruthers (Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew); Shawn W. Laffan (University of New South Wales); William J. Baker (Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew); Joseph T. Miller (Global Biodiversity Research Facility); Félix Forest (Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew); Wolf L Eiserhardt (Aarhus University); Nunzio J. Knerr …

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Phylogenomics of a megadiverse Australian plant radiation (subtribe Hakeinae, family Proteaceae) reveals entangled gene trees and widespread discordance.

Alexander Skeels (ANU); Jessica Fenker (Museums Victoria);  Zoe Reynolds (ANU); Peter Weston (Royal Botanical Gardens Domain); Peter Olde (Royal Botanical Gardens Domain); Alan Lemmon (Florida State University); Austin Mast (Florida State University); Hervé Sauquet (Royal Botanical Gardens Domain); Marcel Cardillo (ANU). Resolving phylogenetic relationships in the presence of conflicting signal across genes is one of …

Phylogenomics of a megadiverse Australian plant radiation (subtribe Hakeinae, family Proteaceae) reveals entangled gene trees and widespread discordance. Read More »

Cost-effective target sequence capture through drastically miniaturised DNA libraries and automatisation – a head-to-head test.

Alicia Grealy (Australian National Herbarium, CSIRO); Thomas Harrop (CSIRO); Alexander Schmidt-Lebuhn (Australian National Herbarium, CSIRO); Darren Crayn (Australian Tropical Herbarium); Harvey Orel (The University of Melbourne); Gareth Holmes (Royal Botanic Gardens Victoria); Trevor Wilson (Royal Botanic Gardens Sydney); Juliet Wege (Department of Biodiversity, Conservation and Attractions); Matthew Barrett (James Cook University); James Clugston (Australian Biological Resources Study and Royal Botanic Gardens …

Cost-effective target sequence capture through drastically miniaturised DNA libraries and automatisation – a head-to-head test. Read More »

Evolutionary history of Australian Chenopodium alliance.

Anze Zerdoner Calasan (Ludwig Maximilian University of Munich and Western Australian Herbarium); Karol Krak (Czech University of Life Sciences Prague and Czech Academy of Sciences); Bohumil Mandák (Czech University of Life Sciences Prague and Czech Academy of Sciences); Kelly A. Shepherd (Western Australian Herbarium); Gudrun Kadereit (Ludwig Maximilian University of Munich). Covering approximately 70% of the …

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Acacia phylogenomics: an initial assessment using the Angiosperms353 target capture bait set.

Daniel J. Murphy (Royal Botanic Gardens Victoria); Bruce Maslin (Western Australian Herbarium); Theodore Allnutt (Royal Botanic Gardens Victoria); Todd McLay (National Biodiversity DNA Library, CSIRO). This study marks the initiation of a Genomics for Australian Plants (GAP)-supported, phylogenomic analysis of the genus Acacia – Australia’s largest genus of flowering plants – using the Angiosperms353 target capture bait set. …

Acacia phylogenomics: an initial assessment using the Angiosperms353 target capture bait set. Read More »

A first perspective on evolution and diversification of Australasian Teucrium (Lamiaceae) and improved insight to selecting contemporary genomic techniques.

Trevor C. Wilson (Botanic Gardens of Sydney); Elizabeth James (Royal Botanic Gardens Victoria); Russell Barrett (Botanic Gardens of Sydney); Marlien vanderMerwe (Botanic Gardens of Sydney); Saphira Bloom-Quinn (Botanic Gardens of Sydney). Teucrium L. (Lamiaceae) is a cosmopolitan genus with a Mediterranean centre of diversity. We tested recently-made generic synonymies and species concepts using phylogenomic analysis of nuclear genes sequenced via targeted enrichment (Angiosperms-353 baits) …

A first perspective on evolution and diversification of Australasian Teucrium (Lamiaceae) and improved insight to selecting contemporary genomic techniques. Read More »

Inferring the Australian Angiosperm Tree of Life: paralogy, phylogenetics, and technical hiccups along the way.

Alexander Schmidt-Lebuhn (CSIRO); Ziad Al Bkhetan (Australian BioCommons); Theodore Allnutt (Royal Botanic Gardens Victoria); Matt Barrett (James Cook University); Jason Bragg (Royal Botanic Garden Sydney); Gareth Holmes (Royal Botanic Gardens Victoria); Chris Jackson (Royal Botanic Gardens Victoria); Mabel Lum (Bioplatforms Australia); Steven Manos (Australian BioCommons); Todd McLay (CSIRO); Daniel Murphy (Royal Botanic Gardens Victoria); Katharina Nargar …

Inferring the Australian Angiosperm Tree of Life: paralogy, phylogenetics, and technical hiccups along the way. Read More »

Patterns of diversification and trait evolution in Australian orchids.

Consolata Nanjala (James Cook University); Lalita Simpson (James Cook University); Mark Clements ((Centre for Australian National Biodiversity Research (Joint Venture between CSIRO and Parks Australia)); Heidi Zimmer ((Centre for Australian National Biodiversity Research (Joint Venture between CSIRO and Parks Australia)); Darren Crayn (James Cook University); Katharina Nargar (James Cook University & CSIRO). Orchidaceae are one …

Patterns of diversification and trait evolution in Australian orchids. Read More »

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