Networks in phylogenetic analysis: new tools for population biology.

@article{Morrison2005NetworksIP,
  title={Networks in phylogenetic analysis: new tools for population biology.},
  author={David A. Morrison},
  journal={International journal for parasitology},
  year={2005},
  volume={35 5},
  pages={567-82}
}
Phylogenetic analysis has changed greatly in the past decade, including the more widespread appreciation of the idea that evolutionary histories are not always tree-like, and may, thus, be best represented as reticulated networks rather than as strictly dichotomous trees. Reconstructing such histories in the absence of a bifurcating speciation process is even more difficult than the usual procedure, and a range of alternative strategies have been developed. There seem to be two basic uses for a… CONTINUE READING

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