Lineage-specific patterns of chromosome evolution are the rule not the exception in Polyneoptera insects

Terrence Sylvester, Carl Hjelmen, Shawn Hanrahan, Paul Lenhart, Spencer Johnston & Heath Blackmon
The structure of a genome can be described at its simplest by the number of chromosomes and the sex chromosome system it contains. Despite over a century of study, the evolution of genome structure on this scale remains recalcitrant to broad generalisations that can be applied across clades. To address this issue, we have assembled a dataset of 823 karyotypes from the insect group Polyneoptera. This group contains orders with a range of variations in...
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