Laboratory of Evolutionary Ecology
New paper by Paola
Target sequence capture of Barnadesioideae (Compositae) demonstrates the utility of low coverage loci in phylogenomic analyses
Loci lacking molecular data for a large number of samples are commonly excluded in phylogenomics analyses, even though they may still contain valuable information. We investigated how the missing data impacts branch support and topology using the target enrichment approach.
Volf M, Volfová T, Seifert CL, Ludwig A, Engelmann RA, Jorge LR, Richter R, Schedl A, Weinhold A, Wirth C, van Dam NM. A mosaic of induced and non-induced branches promotes variation in leaf traits, predation and insect herbivore assemblages in canopy trees. Ecology Letters. 2021. https://doi.org/10.1111/ele.13943