Fast T rack Bears in a Forest of Gene Trees : Phylogenetic Inference Is Complicated by Incomplete Lineage Sorting and Gene Flow

@inproceedings{Kutschera2014FastTR,
  title={Fast T rack Bears in a Forest of Gene Trees : Phylogenetic Inference Is Complicated by Incomplete Lineage Sorting and Gene Flow},
  author={Verena E. Kutschera and Tobias Bidon and Frank Hailer and Julia L. Rodi and Steven R. Fain and Axel Janke},
  year={2014}
}
Ursine bears are a mammalian subfamily that comprises six morphologically and ecologically distinct extant species. Previous phylogenetic analyses of concatenated nuclear genes could not resolve all relationships among bears, and appeared to conflict with the mitochondrial phylogeny. Evolutionary processes such as incomplete lineage sorting and… CONTINUE READING