Phylogeny of Arvicolinae (Mammalia, Cricetidae): utility of morphological and molecular data sets in a recently radiating clade

@inproceedings{Robovsk2008PhylogenyOA,
  title={Phylogeny of Arvicolinae (Mammalia, Cricetidae): utility of morphological and molecular data sets in a recently radiating clade},
  author={Jan Robovsk{\'y} and Věra Pavelkov{\'a} Ři{\vc}{\'a}nkov{\'a} and Jan Zrzav{\'y}},
  year={2008}
}
Phylogenetic relationships within the Arvicolinae are examined based on two genes (mitochondrial cytb, nuclear GHR exon 10) and 296 morphological, developmental, behavioural, ecological and cytogenetic characters. To inspect the phylogenetic ‘behaviour’ of individual taxa, basic maximum-parsimony and Bayesian phylogenetic analyses were accompanied by experiments based on different data-partition combinations, ‘slow–fast’ character weighting, and inclusion/exclusion of individual problematic… CONTINUE READING

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