Biosystematics Group

Research in the Biosystematics Group is focused on the origin and maintenance of plant and insect biodiversity, above and below species level. We investigate speciation, domestication and plant-animal interactions, and use phylogenetic patterns to test hypotheses on the underlying processes.

Publications 2019

Network-based microsynteny analysis identifies major differences and genomic outliers in mammalian and angiosperm genomes. Tao Zhao and M. Eric Schranz. 2019-01-23. PNAS 1-10.

Evolutionary history of Polyneoptera and its implications ofr our understanding of early winged insects. Benjamin Wipfler, Harald Letsch, Paul B. Frandsen, Sabrina Simon. PNAS 1-6

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