Other perspectives

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Our work has contributed to a more accurate picture for the eukaryote evolution. But some key lineages, such as the apusomonads, collodictyonids, or radiolarians have not yet been placed within this new framework. Thank to new mass sequencing technologies, it has recently become cheaper to generate genomic data so it is to be expected that most of these orphan species will rapidly be under investigation (if not already in the pipeline of various laboratories).

Similarly, questions regarding phylogenetic uncertainties of higher taxonomic levels are likely to be soon addressed as more species are being massively sequenced. This switch to

‘within clades’ phylogenomics will for example concern the relationships among the mem-bers of the CCTH group we described in chapter 6, the relationships among Amoebozoa or within Rhizaria where many doubts remain (see our paper “Untangling the Phylogeny of

These are only some directions but obviously the possibilities are endless. Yes it is a promising time for studying evolution, in particular to reconstruct the tree of life.

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