Discordance of Species Trees with Their Most Likely Gene Trees: A Unifying Principle

Abstract

A labeled gene tree topology that disagrees with a labeled species tree topology is said to be anomalous if it is more probable under a coalescent model for gene lineage evolution than the labeled gene tree topology that matches the species tree. It has previously been shown that as a consequence of short internal branches of the species tree, for every… (More)
DOI: 10.1093/molbev/mst160

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@inproceedings{Rosenberg2013DiscordanceOS, title={Discordance of Species Trees with Their Most Likely Gene Trees: A Unifying Principle}, author={Noah A. Rosenberg}, booktitle={Molecular biology and evolution}, year={2013} }