Implementing and testing the multispecies coalescent model: A valuable paradigm for phylogenomics.

@article{Edwards2016ImplementingAT,
  title={Implementing and testing the multispecies coalescent model: A valuable paradigm for phylogenomics.},
  author={Scott V Edwards and Zhenxiang Xi and Axel Janke and Brant C. Faircloth and John E. MccorMack and Travis C. Glenn and Bojian Zhong and Shaoyuan Wu and Emily Moriarty Lemmon and Alan R Lemmon and Adam D Leach{\'e} and Liang Liu and Charles C. Davis},
  journal={Molecular phylogenetics and evolution},
  year={2016},
  volume={94 Pt A},
  pages={447-62}
}
In recent articles published in Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution, Mark Springer and John Gatesy (S&G) present numerous criticisms of recent implementations and testing of the multispecies coalescent (MSC) model in phylogenomics, popularly known as "species tree" methods. After pointing out errors in alignments and gene tree rooting in recent phylogenomic data sets, particularly in Song et al. (2012) on mammals and Xi et al. (2014) on plants, they suggest that these errors seriously… CONTINUE READING
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