Corroboration among Data Sets in Simultaneous Analysis: Hidden Support for Phylogenetic Relationships among Higher Level Artiodactyl Taxa

@inproceedings{Gatesy1999CorroborationAD,
  title={Corroboration among Data Sets in Simultaneous Analysis: Hidden Support for Phylogenetic Relationships among Higher Level Artiodactyl Taxa},
  author={John Gatesy and Patrick M. O’Grady and Richard H. Baker},
  year={1999}
}
In the taxonomic congruence approach to systematics, data sets are analyzed separately, and corroboration among data sets is indicated by replicated components in topologies derived from the separate analyses. By contrast, in the total evidence and conditional combination approaches, characters from different data sets are mixed in combined phylogenetic analyses. In optimal topologies derived from such simultaneous analyses, support for a particular node may be attributed to one, some, or all… CONTINUE READING

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