Abstract Detail



Phylogenomics

Smith, Stephen [1], Brown, Joseph [2], Walker, Joseph [3].

Nested phylogenetic conflicts and deep phylogenomics in plants.

Over the last few years, significant data collection efforts have resulted in large datasets that may be used to more confidently reconstruct phylogenetic relationships in hard to resolve areas of the plant phylogeny. However, different datasets and models produce conflicting relationships. Here, we will discuss a means of better analyzing and understanding the underlying conflicting signal within phylogenomic datasets with an eye toward resolving relationships across land plants. 


1 - University of Michigan, Ecology and Evolutionary Biology, 2071A Kraus Natural Science Building, Ann Arbor, MI, 48109, USA
2 - University of Sheffield, Department of Animal and Plant Sciences, UK
3 - University of Michigan, 2071A Kraus Natural Science Building, Ann Arbor, MI, 48109, United States

Keywords:
Phylogenomics
land plants
Phylogenetics
heterogeneity
conflict.

Presentation Type: Oral Paper
Number:
Abstract ID:183
Candidate for Awards:None


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