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Measuring the Temporal Structure in Serially-Sampled Phylogenies.

Abstract:

Nucleotide sequences sampled at different times (serially-sampled sequences) allow researchers to study the rate of evolutionary change and the demographic history of populations. Some phylogenies inferred from serially-sampled sequences are described as having strong 'temporal clustering', such that sequences from the same sampling time tend to to cluster together and to be the direct ancestors of sequences from the following sampling time. The degree to which phylogenies exhibit these prope...

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Institution:
University of Oxford
Department:
Oxford, MPLS, Zoology
Role:
Author
Journal:
Methods in ecology and evolution / British Ecological Society
Volume:
2
Issue:
5
Pages:
437-445
Publication date:
2011-10-05
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EISSN:
2041-210X
ISSN:
2041-210X
URN:
uuid:9da1bf12-39ca-4a07-9c72-1f8522812836
Source identifiers:
209527
Local pid:
pubs:209527

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