Inferring evolutionary processes from phylogenies

@inproceedings{Pagel1997InferringEP,
  title={Inferring evolutionary processes from phylogenies},
  author={Mark Pagel},
  year={1997}
}
Evolutionary processes shape the regular trends of evolution and are responsible for the diversity and distribution of contemporary species. They include correlated evolutionary change and trajectories of trait evolution, convergent and parallel evolution, differential rates of evolution, speciation and extinction, the order and direction of change in characters, and the nature of the evolutionary process itself does change accumulate gradually, episodically, or in punctuational bursts… CONTINUE READING
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