Local Molecular Clocks in Three Nuclear Genes: Divergence Times for Rodents and Other Mammals and Incompatibility Among Fossil Calibrations

@article{Douzery2003LocalM,
  title={
Local Molecular Clocks in Three Nuclear Genes: Divergence Times for Rodents and Other Mammals and Incompatibility Among Fossil Calibrations
},
  author={E. Douzery and F. Delsuc and M. Stanhope and D. Huchon},
  journal={Journal of Molecular Evolution},
  year={2003},
  volume={57},
  pages={S201-S213}
}
  • E. Douzery, F. Delsuc, +1 author D. Huchon
  • Published 2003
  • Biology, Medicine
  • Journal of Molecular Evolution
  • Reconstructing the chronology of mammalian evolution is a debated issue between molecule- and fossil-based inferences. A methodological limitation of molecules is the evolutionary rate variation among lineages, precluding the application of the global molecular clock. We considered 2422 first and second codon positions of the combined ADRA2B, IRBP, and vWF nuclear genes for a well-documented set of placentals including an extensive sampling of rodents. Using seven independent calibration points… CONTINUE READING
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