Data from: Extensive allopolyploidy in the neotropical genus Lachemilla (Rosaceae) revealed by PCR ‐based target enrichment of the nuclear ribosomal DNA cistron and plastid phylogenomics

Diego F. Morales-Briones & David C. Tank
PREMISE OF THE STUDY: Polyploidy has been long recognized as an important force in plant evolution. Previous studies had suggested widespread occurrence of polyploidy and the allopolyploid origin of several species in the diverse Neotropical genus Lachemilla (Rosaceae). Nonetheless, this evidence has relied mostly on patterns of cytonuclear discordance, and direct evidence from nuclear allelic markers is still needed. METHODS: Here we used PCR target enrichment in combination with high throughput sequencing to obtain multiple...
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