Editorial Sudhir Kumar Department of Biology, Institute for Genomics and Evolutionary Medicine, Temple University Philadelphia, PA, USA Molecular Biology and Evolution (MBE) is pleased to release a Impact of missing data on phylogenies inferred from empir- list of articles designated “Citation Classics” to celebrate and ical phylogenomic data sets (2013) highlight the diversity and impact of MBE publications in B. Roure and colleagues in Volume 30(1) pp. 197–214. molecular evolutionary research. In this edition, “Early Pancrustacean phylogeny in the light of new phylogenomic (1983–2011)” and “Recent (2012–2016) Citation Classics” data: support for Remipedia as the possible sister group of were selected based on the highest number of citations per Hexapoda (2012) year in each period. For the Early category, life-time citation B. M. Von Reumont and colleagues in Volume 29(3) pp. impacts of publications from 1983 to 2011 were obtained 1031–1045. from Thomson Reuters Web of Science on November 15, 2016. From the resulting set, 20 publications reporting bio- logical discoveries and 20 publications reporting methods/ Methods resources were designated “Early Citation Classics”. For the Unguided species delimitation using DNA sequence data “Recent” category, ten discovery and ten method/resource from multiple loci (2014) publications were selected based on the
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