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Andrea Sánchez MeseguerPost-Doctorant(e) Team Phylogeny and molecular evolution
Phone +33 (4) 67 14 32 36
Localization bâtiment 22, rdc
I’m an evolutionary biologist working on macroevolution. My research combines probabilistic approaches, fossil evidence and a variety of molecular markers to reconstruct the evolutionary history of organisms at large spatio-temporal scales. My main interest is to investigate patterns of biotic assemblage, with special emphasis on the processes shaping diversity patterns (speciation, extinction and dispersal). I am also interested in the fossil record and in its integration with current evidence to provide more realistic scenarios of the past. I have mostly worked with plants and insects as model systems.
- Meseguer AS, Coeur d’Acier A, Clamens AL, Godefroid M, Jousselin E. Buchnera has changed flatmate but the repeated replacement of co-obligate symbionts is not associated with the ecological expansions of their aphid hosts. Molecular ecology (accepted minor revision).
- Sanmartín I, Meseguer AS. (2016) Phylogenetics and biogeographic approaches to the study of extinction: from timetrees to patterns of biotic assemblage. Frontiers in Genetics 7:1–17 (doi: 10.3389/fgene.2016.00035).
- Meseguer AS, Lobo JM, Ree R, Beerling DJ, Sanmartín I. (2015) Integrating fossils, phylogenies, and niche models into Biogeography to reveal the evolutionary history of a lineage: the case of Hypericum (Hypericaceae). Systematic Biology 64 (2): 215-232
- Meseguer AS, Coeur d’acier A, Genson G, Jousselin E. (2015) Unravelling the historical biogeography and diversification dynamics of a highly diverse conifer‐feeding aphid genus. Journal of Biogeography 42 (8): 1482-1492.
- Hoorn C, Wesselingh FP, Steege H Ter, Bermudez MA, Mora A, Sevink J, Sanmartín I, Sanchez-Meseguer A, Anderson CL, Figueiredo JP, Jaramillo C, Riff D, Negri FR, Hooghiemstra H, Lundberg J, Stadler T, Särkinen T, Antonelli A (2010) Amazonia Through Time: Andean Uplift, Climate: Change, Landscape Evolution, and Biodiversity. Science 330, 927-931