A robust phylogenomic framework for the calamoid palms

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A robust phylogenomic framework for the calamoid palms. / Kuhnhäuser, Benedikt G.; Bellot, Sidonie; Couvreur, Thomas L.P.; Dransfield, John; Henderson, Andrew; Schley, Rowan; Chomicki, Guillaume; Eiserhardt, Wolf L.; Hiscock, Simon J.; Baker, William J.

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Kuhnhäuser, BG, Bellot, S, Couvreur, TLP, Dransfield, J, Henderson, A, Schley, R, Chomicki, G, Eiserhardt, WL, Hiscock, SJ & Baker, WJ 2021, 'A robust phylogenomic framework for the calamoid palms', Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution, bind 157, 107067. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.ympev.2020.107067

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Kuhnhäuser, B. G., Bellot, S., Couvreur, T. L. P., Dransfield, J., Henderson, A., Schley, R., Chomicki, G., Eiserhardt, W. L., Hiscock, S. J., & Baker, W. J. (2021). A robust phylogenomic framework for the calamoid palms. Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution, 157, [107067]. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.ympev.2020.107067

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Kuhnhäuser BG, Bellot S, Couvreur TLP, Dransfield J, Henderson A, Schley R, Chomicki G, Eiserhardt WL, Hiscock SJ, Baker WJ. 2021. A robust phylogenomic framework for the calamoid palms. Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution. 157:Article 107067. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.ympev.2020.107067

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Kuhnhäuser, Benedikt G. o.a.. "A robust phylogenomic framework for the calamoid palms". Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution. 2021. 157. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.ympev.2020.107067

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Kuhnhäuser BG, Bellot S, Couvreur TLP, Dransfield J, Henderson A, Schley R o.a. A robust phylogenomic framework for the calamoid palms. Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution. 2021 apr;157. 107067. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.ympev.2020.107067

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Kuhnhäuser, Benedikt G. ; Bellot, Sidonie ; Couvreur, Thomas L.P. ; Dransfield, John ; Henderson, Andrew ; Schley, Rowan ; Chomicki, Guillaume ; Eiserhardt, Wolf L. ; Hiscock, Simon J. ; Baker, William J. / A robust phylogenomic framework for the calamoid palms. I: Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution. 2021 ; Bind 157.

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title = "A robust phylogenomic framework for the calamoid palms",
abstract = "Well-supported phylogenies are a prerequisite for the study of the evolution and diversity of life on earth. The subfamily Calamoideae accounts for more than one fifth of the palm family (Arecaceae), occurs in tropical rainforests across the world, and supports a billion-dollar industry in rattan products. It contains ca. 550 species in 17 genera, 10 subtribes and three tribes, but their phylogenetic relationships remain insufficiently understood. Here, we sequenced almost one thousand nuclear genomic regions for 75 systematically selected Calamoideae, representing the taxonomic diversity within all calamoid genera. Our phylogenomic analyses resolved a maximally supported phylogenetic backbone for the Calamoideae, including several higher-level relationships not previously inferred. In-depth analysis revealed low gene tree conflict for the backbone but complex deep evolutionary histories within several subtribes. Overall, our phylogenomic framework sheds new light on the evolution of palms and provides a robust foundation for future comparative studies, such as taxonomy, systematics, biogeography, and macroevolutionary research.",
keywords = "Arecaceae, Calamoideae, Gene tree conflict, Phylogenomics, Rattan, Systematics",
author = "Kuhnh{\"a}user, {Benedikt G.} and Sidonie Bellot and Couvreur, {Thomas L.P.} and John Dransfield and Andrew Henderson and Rowan Schley and Guillaume Chomicki and Eiserhardt, {Wolf L.} and Hiscock, {Simon J.} and Baker, {William J.}",
note = "Funding Information: This work was supported by funding of the Natural Environment Research Council (NE/L002612/1), a Clarendon Scholarship by the Clarendon Fund and Brasenose College, a Graduate Student Research Award by the Society of Systematic Biologists, and an Emily Holmes Memorial Scholarship by the Amar-Franses & Foster-Jenkins Trust to BGK; funding by the Garfield Weston Foundation under the Global Tree Seed Bank project to SB; a NERC Independent Research Fellowship (NE/S014470/1) to GC; a research grant (00025354) from VILLUM FONDEN to WLE; two Bentham-Moxon Trust grants (BMT1-2017 and BMT36-2018) to BGK and WJB; a grant from IKEA of Sweden AB to WJB; and grants from the Calleva Foundation and the Sackler Trust to the Plant and Fungal Tree of Life Project (PAFTOL) at the Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew. Publisher Copyright: {\textcopyright} 2021 Elsevier Inc. Copyright: Copyright 2021 Elsevier B.V., All rights reserved.",
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AU - Couvreur, Thomas L.P.

AU - Dransfield, John

AU - Henderson, Andrew

AU - Schley, Rowan

AU - Chomicki, Guillaume

AU - Eiserhardt, Wolf L.

AU - Hiscock, Simon J.

AU - Baker, William J.

N1 - Funding Information: This work was supported by funding of the Natural Environment Research Council (NE/L002612/1), a Clarendon Scholarship by the Clarendon Fund and Brasenose College, a Graduate Student Research Award by the Society of Systematic Biologists, and an Emily Holmes Memorial Scholarship by the Amar-Franses & Foster-Jenkins Trust to BGK; funding by the Garfield Weston Foundation under the Global Tree Seed Bank project to SB; a NERC Independent Research Fellowship (NE/S014470/1) to GC; a research grant (00025354) from VILLUM FONDEN to WLE; two Bentham-Moxon Trust grants (BMT1-2017 and BMT36-2018) to BGK and WJB; a grant from IKEA of Sweden AB to WJB; and grants from the Calleva Foundation and the Sackler Trust to the Plant and Fungal Tree of Life Project (PAFTOL) at the Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew. Publisher Copyright: © 2021 Elsevier Inc. Copyright: Copyright 2021 Elsevier B.V., All rights reserved.

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N2 - Well-supported phylogenies are a prerequisite for the study of the evolution and diversity of life on earth. The subfamily Calamoideae accounts for more than one fifth of the palm family (Arecaceae), occurs in tropical rainforests across the world, and supports a billion-dollar industry in rattan products. It contains ca. 550 species in 17 genera, 10 subtribes and three tribes, but their phylogenetic relationships remain insufficiently understood. Here, we sequenced almost one thousand nuclear genomic regions for 75 systematically selected Calamoideae, representing the taxonomic diversity within all calamoid genera. Our phylogenomic analyses resolved a maximally supported phylogenetic backbone for the Calamoideae, including several higher-level relationships not previously inferred. In-depth analysis revealed low gene tree conflict for the backbone but complex deep evolutionary histories within several subtribes. Overall, our phylogenomic framework sheds new light on the evolution of palms and provides a robust foundation for future comparative studies, such as taxonomy, systematics, biogeography, and macroevolutionary research.

AB - Well-supported phylogenies are a prerequisite for the study of the evolution and diversity of life on earth. The subfamily Calamoideae accounts for more than one fifth of the palm family (Arecaceae), occurs in tropical rainforests across the world, and supports a billion-dollar industry in rattan products. It contains ca. 550 species in 17 genera, 10 subtribes and three tribes, but their phylogenetic relationships remain insufficiently understood. Here, we sequenced almost one thousand nuclear genomic regions for 75 systematically selected Calamoideae, representing the taxonomic diversity within all calamoid genera. Our phylogenomic analyses resolved a maximally supported phylogenetic backbone for the Calamoideae, including several higher-level relationships not previously inferred. In-depth analysis revealed low gene tree conflict for the backbone but complex deep evolutionary histories within several subtribes. Overall, our phylogenomic framework sheds new light on the evolution of palms and provides a robust foundation for future comparative studies, such as taxonomy, systematics, biogeography, and macroevolutionary research.

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