Genome-wide interrogation advances resolution of recalcitrant groups in the tree of life

@article{Arcila2017GenomewideIA,
  title={Genome-wide interrogation advances resolution of recalcitrant groups in the tree of life},
  author={D. Arcila and G. Ort{\'i} and R. Vari and J. Armbruster and M. Stiassny and K. D. Ko and M. Sabaj and J. Lundberg and L. Revell and Ricardo Betancur-R},
  journal={Nature Ecology &Evolution},
  year={2017},
  volume={1}
}
Much progress has been achieved in disentangling evolutionary relationships among species in the tree of life, but some taxonomic groups remain difficult to resolve despite increasing availability of genome-scale data sets. Here we present a practical approach to studying ancient divergences in the face of high levels of conflict, based on explicit gene genealogy interrogation (GGI). We show its efficacy in resolving the controversial relationships within the largest freshwater fish radiation… Expand
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