Reconstructing phylogeny with and without temporal data.


Conventional cladistic methods of inferring evolutionary relationships exclude temporal data from the initial search for optimal hypotheses, but stratocladistics includes such data. A comparison of the ability of these methods to recover known, simulated evolutionary histories given the same, evolved character data shows that stratocladistics recovers the… (More)


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@article{Fox1999ReconstructingPW, title={Reconstructing phylogeny with and without temporal data.}, author={Deborah Lee Fox and D C Fisher and Lindsey R. Leighton}, journal={Science}, year={1999}, volume={284 5421}, pages={1816-9} }