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309Analysis of paralogs in target enrichment data pinpoints multiple ancient allopolyploidy events in Alchemilla s.l. (Rosaceae)Exploring the utility and limits of target enrichment methods to study polyploidy and reticulate evolutionMorales-Briones, Diego; Gehrke, Berit; Huang, Chien-Hsun; Liston, Aaron; Ma, Hong; Marx, Hannah; Tank, David; Yang, Ya.Alchemilla
allopolyploidy
Gene tree discordance
Hyb-Seq
hybridization
Orthology inference
Paralogs
Rosaceae
Target Enrichment
Whole-genome duplication
473A phylogenomic investigation into polyploidy and cryptic diversity in the true blueberries (Vaccinium section Cyanococcus)Exploring the utility and limits of target enrichment methods to study polyploidy and reticulate evolutionCrowl, Andrew; Crowl, Andrew; Tiley, George; Fritsch, Peter; Manos, Paul.Alleles
Angiosperm353
Ericaceae
hybridization
HybSeq
phasing
polyploidy
Target Enrichment
Vaccinium
655Assessing the importance of hybridization in the diversification of Anacampseros (Anacampserotaceae, Caryophyllales) in the Cape Floristic Region using targeted sequence capture dataExploring the utility and limits of target enrichment methods to study polyploidy and reticulate evolutionMoore, Abigail; Edwards, Erika.Caryophyllales
Portullugo
Portulacineae
target capture
hybridization
reticulate evolution
Anacampseros
Cape Floristic Region
433
Canceled
How complex can a complex be? Leveraging target enrichment methods to resolve the evolution of Eurasian wood ferns (Dryopteris affinis agg., Dryopteridaceae)
Exploring the utility and limits of target enrichment methods to study polyploidy and reticulate evolutionTesto, Weston; Kessler, Michael; Burleigh, Gordon; Sessa, Emily.GoFlag
Target Enrichment
polyploidy
apomixis
Ferns
489Phasing alleles improves phylogenetic network inference with allopolyploidsExploring the utility and limits of target enrichment methods to study polyploidy and reticulate evolutionTiley, George; Crowl, Andrew; Crowl, Andrew; Sessa, Emily; Burleigh, Gordon.phasing
polyploidy
Multispecies Coalescent
networks
Dryopteris
Target Enrichment
467Phylogenomics Yields New Insight Into Relationships Within Vernonieae (Asteraceae)Exploring the utility and limits of target enrichment methods to study polyploidy and reticulate evolutionSiniscalchi, Carolina; Loeuille, Benoit; Mandel, Jennifer; Pirani, José Rubens.Compositae
Hyb-Seq
phylogeny
target capture
282Polyploidy complicates resolution of evolutionary relationships in Tibouchina s.s. (Melastomataceae)Exploring the utility and limits of target enrichment methods to study polyploidy and reticulate evolutionJantzen, Johanna; Freitas Oliveira, Ana Luiza; Guimaraes, Paulo; Soltis, Douglas; Soltis, Pamela.polyploidy
Target Enrichment
phylogenomics
Melastomataceae
747Strategies for assessing phylogenomic conflict and testing hybridization, with an example from HeucheraExploring the utility and limits of target enrichment methods to study polyploidy and reticulate evolutionFolk, Ryan.hybridization
methods
phylogenomics
chloroplast capture
363Targeted long reads from herbarium specimens enable to identify allopolyploidization events of arctic/subarctic Silene sect. PhysolychnisExploring the utility and limits of target enrichment methods to study polyploidy and reticulate evolutionQuatela, Anne-Sophie; Cangren, Patrik; De Boer, Hugo; Bacon, Christine; Oxelman, Bengt.long read sequencing
herbarium specimens
Silene section Physolychnis
allopolyploidization
Target Enrichment
612Testing hypothesized reticulate evolution in the Cornales using targeted enrichment dataExploring the utility and limits of target enrichment methods to study polyploidy and reticulate evolutionThomas, Shawn; Liu, Xiang; Cummings, Amanda; Pokorny, Lisa; Xiang, Jenny; Leebens-Mack, Jim.phylogenomics
Target Enrichment
reticulate evolution
Angiosperm353

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