Imputing Supertrees and Supernetworks from Quartets

@article{Holland2006ImputingSA,
  title={Imputing Supertrees and Supernetworks from Quartets},
  author={Barbara R Holland and Glenn Conner and Katharina T. Huber and Vincent Moulton},
  journal={Systematic biology},
  year={2006},
  volume={56 1},
  pages={57-67}
}
Inferring species phylogenies is an important part of understanding molecular evolution. Even so, it is well known that an accurate phylogenetic tree reconstruction for a single gene does not always necessarily correspond to the species phylogeny. One commonly accepted strategy to cope with this problem is to sequence many genes; the way in which to analyze the resulting collection of genes is somewhat more contentious. Supermatrix and supertree methods can be used, although these can suppress… CONTINUE READING

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