The augmentation algorithm and molecular phylogenetic trees

Abstract

The augmentation procedure of G.W. Moore leads to correct estimates of the total number of nucleotide substitutions separating two genes descendent from a common ancestor provided the data base is sufficiently dense. These estimates are in agreement with the true distance values from simulations of known evolutionary pathways. The estimates, on the average… (More)
DOI: 10.1007/BF01732032

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