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How mountains shape biodiversity: The role of the Andes in the biogeography and diversification of Earth’s most species-rich orchid radiation

Name: How mountains shape biodiversity: The role of the Andes in the biogeography and diversification of Earth’s most species-rich orchid radiation
Researchers: Trávníček Pavel (researcher)
Schmidt Philipp-André (member in research team)
Čertner (roz. Hanzl) Martin (member in research team)
Rejlová Ludmila (member in research team)
Záveská Eliška (member in research team)
Chumová Zuzana (member in research team)
Ponert Jan (member in research team)
Provider: GAČR
Number: 20-04844S
Realization from: 2020
Realization to: 2022
Summary: The main goal is to infer a robust phylogeny of the Pleurothallidinae, assess the biogeographic history of particular clades and reveal the evolutionary drivers of differences in species richness between clades, considering also the evolutionary consequences of variation in whole-genome traits.

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