Addressing gene tree discordance and non-stationarity to resolve a multi-locus phylogeny of the flatfishes (Teleostei: Pleuronectiformes).

@article{BetancurR2013AddressingGT,
  title={Addressing gene tree discordance and non-stationarity to resolve a multi-locus phylogeny of the flatfishes (Teleostei: Pleuronectiformes).},
  author={Ricardo Betancur-R and Chenhong Li and Thomas A. Munroe and Jes{\'u}s A Ballesteros and Guillermo Ort{\'i}},
  journal={Systematic biology},
  year={2013},
  volume={62 5},
  pages={763-85}
}
Non-homogeneous processes and, in particular, base compositional non-stationarity have long been recognized as a critical source of systematic error. But only a small fraction of current molecular systematic studies methodically examine and effectively account for the potentially confounding effect of non-stationarity. The problem is especially overlooked in multi-locus or phylogenomic scale analyses, in part because no efficient tools exist to accommodate base composition heterogeneity in… CONTINUE READING
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