Evaluation of Host Parasite Reconciliation Methods using a new Approach for Cophylogeny Generation

@inproceedings{KellerSchmidt2011EvaluationOH,
  title={Evaluation of Host Parasite Reconciliation Methods using a new Approach for Cophylogeny Generation},
  author={Stephanie Keller-Schmidt and Nicolas Wieseke and Konstantin Klemm and Martin Middendorf},
  year={2011}
}
Background: Coevolution between species is a common phenomenon in biology: species interact across groups such that the evolution of a species from one group can be triggered by a species from another group. Most prominent examples are systems of host species and their associated parasites. Typically in this field, phylogenetic trees for both groups of species can be constructed from sequence data or/and morphological data. In addition, the host parasite interactions between the extant taxa are… CONTINUE READING