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A pilot study applying the plant Anchored Hybrid Enrichment method to New World sages (Salvia subgenus Calosphace; Lamiaceae)

dc.contributor.authorFragoso Martínez, Itzi
dc.contributor.authorSalazar, Gerardo A.
dc.contributor.authorMartínez Gordillo, Martha
dc.contributor.authorMagallón, Susana
dc.contributor.authorSánchez Reyes, Luna Luisa
dc.contributor.authorLemmon, Emily Moriarty
dc.contributor.authorLemmon, Alan R.
dc.contributor.authorSazatornil, Federico D.
dc.contributor.authorGranados Mendoza, Carolina
dc.identifier.citationItzi Fragoso-Martínez, Gerardo A. Salazar, Martha Martínez-Gordillo, Susana Magallón, Luna Sánchez-Reyes, Emily Moriarty Lemmon, Alan R. Lemmon, Federico Sazatornil, Carolina Granados Mendoza, A pilot study applying the plant Anchored Hybrid Enrichment method to New World sages (Salvia subgenus Calosphace; Lamiaceae), Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution, Volume 117, 2017, Pages 124-134.
dc.description.abstract"We conducted a pilot study using Anchored Hybrid Enrichment to resolve relationships among a mostly Neotropical sage lineage that may have undergone a recent evolutionary radiation. Conventional markers (ITS, trnL-trnF and trnH-psbA) have not been able to resolve the relationships among species nor within portions of the backbone of the lineage. We sampled 12 representative species of subgenus Calosphace and included one species of Salvia’s s.l. closest relative, Lepechinia, as outgroup. Hybrid enrichment and sequencing were successful, yielding 448 alignments of individual loci with an average length of 704 bp. The performance of the phylogenomic data in phylogenetic reconstruction was superior to that of conventional markers, increasing both support and resolution. Because the captured loci vary in the amount of net phylogenetic informativeness at different phylogenetic depths, these data are promising in phylogenetic reconstruction of this group and likely other lineages within Lamiales. However, special attention should be placed on the amount of phylogenetic noise that the data could potentially contain. A prior exploration step using phylogenetic informativeness profiles to detect loci with sites with disproportionately high substitution rates (showing “phantom” spikes) and, if required, the ensuing filtering of the problematic data is recommended. In our dataset, filtering resulted in increased support and resolution for the shallow nodes in maximum likelihood phylogenetic trees resulting from concatenated analyses of all the loci. Additionally, it is expected that an increase in sampling (loci and taxa) will aid in resolving weakly supported, short deep internal branches."
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dc.subjectAnchored phylogenomics
dc.subjectMaximum likelihood
dc.subjectPhylogenetic noise
dc.subjectTarget enrichment
dc.titleA pilot study applying the plant Anchored Hybrid Enrichment method to New World sages (Salvia subgenus Calosphace; Lamiaceae)
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