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Nuclear phylogenies of angiosperms at both deep and family levels: implications on divergence times,  morphological evolution and  diversification rates
    2017-July-25  08:53    Shenzhen Daily

Time: 10:30-11:00 a.m., July 25

Location: Hall 4, 1F, Shenzhen Convention and Exhibition CenterAngiosperms are the most diverse plant group. Angiosperm phylogeny is a foundation for a variety of other studies, including evolutionary biology and ecology, comparative genomics, and translational agriculture. Generally, chloroplast and mitochondrial genes in plants are uniparentally inherited, which might lead to biases when inferring phylogenetic relationships. To better understand the evolutionary history of angiosperms, it is necessary to investigate their phylogenetic relationships using nuclear genes.Hong Ma

Hong Ma is the dean of the Fudan School of Life Sciences and an AAAS member. He is the author of over 200 publications, which were published on international periodicals such as Cell, Nature, Nature Genetics, Genes & Development.

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