Sources of error inherent in species-tree estimation: impact of mutational and coalescent effects on accuracy and implications for choosing among different methods.

@article{Huang2010SourcesOE,
  title={Sources of error inherent in species-tree estimation: impact of mutational and coalescent effects on accuracy and implications for choosing among different methods.},
  author={Huateng Huang and Qixin He and Laura Salter Kubatko and L. Lacey Knowles},
  journal={Systematic biology},
  year={2010},
  volume={59 5},
  pages={
          573-83
        }
}
Discord in the estimated gene trees among loci can be attributed to both the process of mutation and incomplete lineage sorting. Effectively modeling these two sources of variation--mutational and coalescent variance--provides two distinct challenges for phylogenetic studies. Despite extensive investigation on mutational models for gene-tree estimation over the past two decades and recent attention to modeling of the coalescent process for phylogenetic estimation, the effects of these two… CONTINUE READING

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