Avian mobbing: byproduct mutualism not reciprocal altruism.

  title={Avian mobbing: byproduct mutualism not reciprocal altruism.},
  author={Andrew I. Russell and Jonathan Wright},
  journal={Trends in ecology & evolution},
  volume={24 1},
  pages={3-5; author reply 5-6}
performance of the methods [3]. There is a place for different approaches to reflect the diversity of data and hypotheses being addressed, but it is important that supertree workers justify their choice of method. MRP remains popular largely because of its convenience (as standard phylogenetic software is used to analyse the transformed data), but relying exclusively upon MRP is increasingly difficult to defend. By proposing a statistical model for the supertree problem , the maximum-likelihood… CONTINUE READING
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