Data from: Unraveling independent origins of two tetraploid Achillea species by amplicon sequencing

Jun-Nan Wan, Yan-Ping Guo & Guang-Yuan Rao
Allopolyploidy is a significant mechanism of plant speciation, and many allopolyploid species have arisen recurrently. However, the probability that allopolyploidization between the same two parental species may lead to the origin of different taxa has received little attention. Here we used a new progenitor-specific amplicon sequencing method to demonstrate the independent origins of two yarrow species, Achillea alpina and A. wilsoniana, via allotetraploidy from the same diploid progenitor species pair, A. acuminata and A. asiatica....
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