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Phylogenetics and phylogeography

Section edited by Craig Moritz and Herve Philippe

This section considers studies in the phylogeny and phylogeography of organisms.

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  1. Content type: Research article

    Especially on islands closer to the mainland, such as the Canary Islands, different lineages that originated by multiple colonization events could have merged by hybridization, which then could have promoted r...

    Authors: M. Curto, P. Puppo, S. Kratschmer and H. Meimberg

    Citation: BMC Evolutionary Biology 2017 17:198

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    There is increasing recognition of the concordance between marine biogeographic and phylogeographic boundaries. However, it is still unclear how population-level divergence translates into species-level diverg...

    Authors: Ahmad Farhadi, Andrew G. Jeffs, Hamid Farahmand, Thankappan Sarasam Rejiniemon, Greg Smith and Shane D. Lavery

    Citation: BMC Evolutionary Biology 2017 17:195

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    The Asimina-Disepalum clade (Annonaceae subfam. Annonoideae tribe Annoneae) includes a major Neotropical-Asian biogeographical disjunction. We evaluate whether this disjunction can be explained by the Eocene bore...

    Authors: Pui-Sze Li, Daniel C. Thomas and Richard M. K. Saunders

    Citation: BMC Evolutionary Biology 2017 17:188

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    Molecular taxonomy studies and barcoding projects can provide rapid means of detecting cryptic diversity. Nevertheless, the use of molecular data for species delimitation should be undertaken with caution. Esp...

    Authors: Anja Palandačić, Alexander Naseka, David Ramler and Harald Ahnelt

    Citation: BMC Evolutionary Biology 2017 17:184

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    Hybridization is observed in many eukaryotic lineages and can lead to the formation of polyploid species. The study of hybridization and polyploidization faces challenges both in data generation and in account...

    Authors: Olga K. Kamneva, John Syring, Aaron Liston and Noah A. Rosenberg

    Citation: BMC Evolutionary Biology 2017 17:180

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    The p53 signalling pathway, which controls cell fate, has been extensively studied due to its prominent role in tumor development. The pathway includes the tumor supressor protein p53, its vertebrate paralogs ...

    Authors: Emma Åberg, Fulvio Saccoccia, Manfred Grabherr, Wai Ying Josefin Ore, Per Jemth and Greta Hultqvist

    Citation: BMC Evolutionary Biology 2017 17:177

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    Skippers (Family: Hesperiidae) are a large group of butterflies with ca. 4000 species under 567 genera. The lack of a time-calibrated higher-level phylogeny of the group has precluded understanding of its evol...

    Authors: Ranjit Kumar Sahoo, Andrew D. Warren, Steve C. Collins and Ullasa Kodandaramaiah

    Citation: BMC Evolutionary Biology 2017 17:174

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    Conures are a morphologically diverse group of Neotropical parrots classified as members of the tribe Arini, which has recently been subjected to a taxonomic revision. The previously broadly defined Aratinga genu...

    Authors: Adam Dawid Urantowka, Aleksandra Kroczak and Paweł Mackiewicz

    Citation: BMC Evolutionary Biology 2017 17:166

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    Fish classifications, as those of most other taxonomic groups, are being transformed drastically as new molecular phylogenies provide support for natural groups that were unanticipated by previous studies. A b...

    Authors: Ricardo Betancur-R, Edward O. Wiley, Gloria Arratia, Arturo Acero, Nicolas Bailly, Masaki Miya, Guillaume Lecointre and Guillermo Ortí

    Citation: BMC Evolutionary Biology 2017 17:162

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    In seabirds, the extent of population genetic and phylogeographic structure varies extensively among species. Genetic structure is lacking in some species, but present in others despite the absence of obvious ...

    Authors: Petra Quillfeldt, Yoshan Moodley, Henri Weimerskirch, Yves Cherel, Karine Delord, Richard A. Phillips, Joan Navarro, Luciano Calderón and Juan F. Masello

    Citation: BMC Evolutionary Biology 2017 17:160

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    There is a general lack of information on the dispersal and genetic structuring for populations of small-sized deep-water taxa, including free-living nematodes which inhabit and dominate the seafloor sediments...

    Authors: Annelies De Groote, Freija Hauquier, Ann Vanreusel and Sofie Derycke

    Citation: BMC Evolutionary Biology 2017 17:154

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    The earliest seed plants in the Late Devonian (Famennian) are abundant and well known. However, most of them lack information regarding the frond system and reconstruction. Cosmosperma polyloba represents the fir...

    Authors: Le Liu, Deming Wang, Meicen Meng and Jinzhuang Xue

    Citation: BMC Evolutionary Biology 2017 17:149

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    The tribe Coccinellini is a group of relatively large ladybird beetles that exhibits remarkable morphological and biological diversity. Many species are aphidophagous, feeding as larvae and adults on aphids, b...

    Authors: Hermes E. Escalona, Andreas Zwick, Hao-Sen Li, Jiahui Li, Xingmin Wang, Hong Pang, Diana Hartley, Lars S. Jermiin, Oldřich Nedvěd, Bernhard Misof, Oliver Niehuis, Adam Ślipiński and Wioletta Tomaszewska

    Citation: BMC Evolutionary Biology 2017 17:151

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    Hedera (ivies) is one of the few temperate genera of the primarily tropical Asian Palmate group of the Araliaceae, which extends its range out of Asia to Europe and the Mediterranean b...

    Authors: V. Valcárcel, B. Guzmán, N. G. Medina, P. Vargas and J. Wen

    Citation: BMC Evolutionary Biology 2017 17:146

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    The colonial habit of Brandt’s vole (Lasiopodomys brandtii) differs from that of most other species of the genus Microtus. The demographic history of this species and the patterns shaping its current genetic stru...

    Authors: Ke Li, Michael H. Kohn, Songmei Zhang, Xinrong Wan, Dazhao Shi and Deng Wang

    Citation: BMC Evolutionary Biology 2017 17:145

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    Classical cadherins are a metazoan-specific family of homophilic cell-cell adhesion molecules that regulate morphogenesis. Type I and type IV cadherins in this family function at adherens junctions in the majo...

    Authors: Mizuki Sasaki, Yasuko Akiyama-Oda and Hiroki Oda

    Citation: BMC Evolutionary Biology 2017 17:142

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  17. Content type: Research article

    Brachypodium distachyon (Poaceae), an annual Mediterranean Aluminum (Al)-sensitive grass, is currently being used as a model species to provide new information on cereals and biofuel c...

    Authors: Isabel Marques, Valeriia Shiposha, Diana López-Alvarez, Antonio J. Manzaneda, Pilar Hernandez, Marina Olonova and Pilar Catalán

    Citation: BMC Evolutionary Biology 2017 17:139

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  18. Content type: Research article

    Earthworms (Crassiclitellata) are a diverse group of annelids of substantial ecological and economic importance. Earthworms are primarily terrestrial infaunal animals, and as such are probably rather poor natu...

    Authors: Frank E. Anderson, Bronwyn W. Williams, Kevin M. Horn, Christer Erséus, Kenneth M. Halanych, Scott R. Santos and Samuel W. James

    Citation: BMC Evolutionary Biology 2017 17:123

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    The Erratum to this article has been published in BMC Evolutionary Biology 2017 17:204

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