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    • Hundreds of nuclear and plastid loci yield novel insights into orchid relationships 

      Pérez Escobar, Oscar Alejandro; Dodsworth, Steven; Bogarín Chaves, Diego Gerardo; Bellot, Sidonie; Balbuena, Juan A.; Schley, Rowan John; Kikuchi, Izai A.; Morris, Sarah K.; Epitawalage, Niroshini; Cowan, Robyn; Maurin, Olivier; Zuntini, Alexandre; Arias Garzón, Tatiana; Serna Sánchez, Maria Alejandra; Gravendeel, Barbara; Torres Jiménez, María Fernanda; Nargar, Katharina; Chomicki, Guillaume; Chase, Mark W.; Leitch, Ilia J.; Forest, Félix; Baker, William J. (2021)
      PREMISE: The inference of evolutionary relationships in the species- rich family Orchidaceae has hitherto relied heavily on plastid DNA sequences and limited taxon sampling. Previous studies have provided a robust plastid ...
    • Molecular clocks and archeogenomics of a late period egyptian date palm leaf reveal introgression from wild relatives and add timestamps on the domestication 

      Pérez Escobar, Oscar Alejandro; Bellot, Sidonie; Przelomska, Natalia A.S.; Flowers, Jonathan M.; Nesbitt, Mark; Ryan, Philippa; Gutaker, ‪Rafal Marek; Gros-Balthazard, Muriel; Wells, Tom; Kuhnhäuser, Benedikt G.; Schley, Rowan John; Bogarín Chaves, Diego Gerardo; Dodsworth, Steven; Díaz, Rudy; Lehmann, Manuela; Petoe, Peter; Eiserhardt, Wolf L.; Preick, Michaela; Hofreiter, Michael; Hajdas, Irka; Purugganan, Michael; Antonelli, Alexandre; Gravendeel, Barbara; Leitch, Ilia J.; Torres Jiménez, María Fernanda; Papadopulos, Alexander S.T.; Chomicki, Guillaume; Susanne S., Renner; Baker, William J. (2021-06-30)
      The date palm, Phoenix dactylifera, has been a cornerstone of Middle Eastern and North African agriculture for millennia. It was first domesticated in the Persian Gulf, and its evolution appears to have been influenced by ...