A new technique for identifying sequence heterochrony.

@article{Jeffery2005ANT,
  title={A new technique for identifying sequence heterochrony.},
  author={Jonathan E. Jeffery and Olaf R. P. Bininda-Emonds and Michael I. Coates and Michael K. Richardson},
  journal={Systematic biology},
  year={2005},
  volume={54 2},
  pages={230-40}
}
Sequence heterochrony (changes in the order in which events occur) is a potentially important, but relatively poorly explored, mechanism for the evolution of development. In part, this is because of the inherent difficulties in inferring sequence heterochrony across species. The event-pairing method, developed independently by several workers in the mid-1990s, encodes sequences in a way that allows them to be examined in a phylogenetic framework, but the results can be difficult to interpret in… CONTINUE READING
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