Karen Meusemann spends much of her time researching Phylogenetic tree, Phylogenetics, Evolutionary biology, Phylogenomics and Insect. Her research in Phylogenetics focuses on subjects like Genome, which are connected to Larva, Metamorphosis and Strepsiptera. Her study in Evolutionary biology is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Sister group, Phylum and Monophyly.
Her Phylogenomics study frequently links to other fields, such as Pancrustacea. The Insect study combines topics in areas such as Zoology, Sawfly, Parasitoid, Eusociality and Hymenoptera. Her Zoology study incorporates themes from Neoptera and Archaeognatha.
Her scientific interests lie mostly in Evolutionary biology, Phylogenetic tree, Phylogenetics, Phylogenomics and Insect. Her Evolutionary biology research incorporates themes from Taxon, Sister group, Gene and Monophyly. Her Phylogenetic tree research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Systematics and Nest.
Her Phylogenetics study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Genome and Genomics. Her work carried out in the field of Phylogenomics brings together such families of science as Molecular phylogenetics, Syrphoidea, Pipunculidae, Pancrustacea and Phasmatodea. Her Insect research incorporates elements of Zoology, Drosophila melanogaster, Eusociality and Longevity.
Karen Meusemann spends much of her time researching Evolutionary biology, Insect, Longevity, Phylogenetics and Taxon. Her Evolutionary biology study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Sister group, Nucleic acid sequence, DNA, Hymenoptera and Monophyly. Her study on Longevity also encompasses disciplines like
She has researched Phylogenetics in several fields, including RNA-Seq, Target enrichment, Cuckoo and Data sequences. Her Taxon research includes elements of Clade and Phylogenetic tree. Her is doing research in Phylogenomics and Cladobranchia, both of which are found in Phylogenetic tree.
Karen Meusemann focuses on Evolutionary biology, Longevity, Sociality, Ageing and Completeness. Her research integrates issues of Neuroptera, Dilaridae, Neuropterida, Megaloptera and Nevrorthidae in her study of Evolutionary biology. Her work deals with themes such as Fecundity, Transcriptome and Insect, Juvenile hormone, which intersect with Longevity.
Her Sociality research incorporates themes from Senescence and ANT. Ageing is frequently linked to Zoology in her study. Her Completeness study spans across into areas like Sequence, Data mining and Molecular sequence.
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Phylogenomics resolves the timing and pattern of insect evolution
Bernhard Misof;Shanlin Liu;Karen Meusemann;Ralph S. Peters.
Evolutionary History of the Hymenoptera
Current Biology (2017)
FASconCAT: Convenient handling of data matrices.
Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution (2010)
A Phylogenomic Approach to Resolve the Arthropod Tree of Life
Molecular Biology and Evolution (2010)
Pancrustacean Phylogeny in the Light of New Phylogenomic Data: Support for Remipedia as the Possible Sister Group of Hexapoda
Molecular Biology and Evolution (2012)
Parametric and non-parametric masking of randomness in sequence alignments can be improved and leads to better resolved trees.
Frontiers in Zoology (2010)
Phylogenomics and the evolution of hemipteroid insects.
Kevin P. Johnson;Christopher H. Dietrich;Frank Friedrich;Rolf G. Beutel.
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America (2018)
Phylogenomics Reveals the Evolutionary Timing and Pattern of Butterflies and Moths
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America (2019)
A comprehensive analysis of bilaterian mitochondrial genomes and phylogeny.
Matthias Bernt;Christoph Bleidorn;Anke Braband;Johannes Dambach.
Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution (2013)
The evolutionary history of holometabolous insects inferred from transcriptome-based phylogeny and comprehensive morphological data
BMC Evolutionary Biology (2014)
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