Using more than the oldest fossils: dating osmundaceae with three Bayesian clock approaches.

@article{Grimm2015UsingMT,
  title={Using more than the oldest fossils: dating osmundaceae with three Bayesian clock approaches.},
  author={Guido W Grimm and Paschalia Kapli and Benjamin Bomfleur and Stephen McLoughlin and Susanne S Renner},
  journal={Systematic biology},
  year={2015},
  volume={64 3},
  pages={396-405}
}
A major concern in molecular clock dating is how to use information from the fossil record to calibrate genetic distances from DNA sequences. Here we apply three Bayesian dating methods that differ in how calibration is achieved-"node dating" (ND) in BEAST, "total evidence" (TE) dating in MrBayes, and the "fossilized birth-death" (FBD) in FDPPDiv-to infer divergence times in the royal ferns. Osmundaceae have 16-17 species in four genera, two mainly in the Northern Hemisphere and two in South… CONTINUE READING
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