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Molecular biology and evolution, ISSN 0737-4038, 10/2014, Volume 31, Issue 10, pp. 2553 - 2556
Modern sequencing technology now allows biologists to collect the entirety of molecular evidence for reconstructing evolutionary trees. We introduce a novel,... 
phylogenetic inference | whole-genome analyses | software | parallelization | Bayesian statistics | EVOLUTIONARY BIOLOGY | BIOCHEMISTRY & MOLECULAR BIOLOGY | GENETICS & HEREDITY | ALGORITHMS | CHAIN MONTE-CARLO | Computational Biology - methods | Sequence Alignment | Bayes Theorem | Models, Genetic | Software | Phylogeny | Genome | Fast Track
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BMC bioinformatics, 07/2013, Volume 14, p. 216
In population genetics, simulation is a fundamental tool for analyzing how basic evolutionary forces such as natural selection, recombination, and mutation... 
Genetics, Population | Base Sequence - genetics | Chromosome Breakpoints | Selection, Genetic | Time | DNA Breaks, Double-Stranded | Biological Evolution | Algorithms | Recombination, Genetic | Computer Simulation | Software | Mutation | Genome
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Molecular Biology and Evolution, ISSN 0737-4038, 10/2014, Volume 31, Issue 10, p. 2553
  Modern sequencing technology now allows biologists to collect the entirety of molecular evidence for reconstructing evolutionary trees. We introduce a novel,... 
Computer simulation | Genomes | Statistical inference | Molecular biology | Bayesian analysis | Biologists
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Systematic Biology, ISSN 1063-5157, 1/2013, Volume 62, Issue 1, pp. 162 - 166
The presence of rogue taxa (rogues) in a set of trees can frequently have a negative impact on the results of a bootstrap analysis (e.g., the overall support... 
Datasets | Taxa | Software for Systematics and Evolution | Branches | Pruning | Phylogenetics | Prunes | Inference | Topology | Phylogeny | Bioinformatics | consensus tree | rogue taxa | webservice | software | phylogenetic postanalysis | Bootstrap support | EVOLUTIONARY BIOLOGY | CONSENSUS | TREE | INFERENCE | Reproducibility of Results | Algorithms | Computer Simulation | Classification - methods | Software | Internet
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Bioinformatics, ISSN 1367-4803, 2015, Volume 31, Issue 15, pp. 2577 - 2579
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by Jarvis, Erich D and Mirarab, Siavash and Aberer, Andre J and Li, Bo and Houde, Peter and Li, Cai and Ho, Simon Y.W and Faircloth, Brant C and Nabholz, Benoit and Howard, Jason T and Suh, Alexander and Weber, Claudia C and Da Fonseca, Rute R and Li, Jianwen and Zhang, Fang and Li, Hui and Zhou, Long and Narula, Nitish and Liu, Liang and Ganapathy, Ganesh and Boussau, Bastien and Bayzid, Md. Shamsuzzoha and Zavidovych, Volodymyr and Subramanian, Sankar and Gabaldón, Toni and Capella-Gutiérrez, Salvador and Huerta-Cepas, Jaime and Rekepalli, Bhanu and Munch, Kasper and Schierup, Mikkel and Lindow, Bent and Warren, Wesley C and Ray, David and Green, Richard E and Bruford, Michael W and Zhan, Xiangjiang and Dixon, Andrew and Li, Shengbin and Li, Ning and Huang, Yinhua and Derryberry, Elizabeth P and Bertelsen, Mads Frost and Sheldon, Frederick H and Brumfield, Robb T and Mello, Claudio V and Lovell, Peter V and Wirthlin, Morgan and Schneider, Maria Paula Cruz and Prosdocimi, Francisco and Samaniego, José Alfredo and Velazquez, Amhed Missael Vargas and Alfaro-Núñez, Alonzo and Campos, Paula F and Petersen, Bent and Sicheritz-Ponten, Thomas and Pas, An and Bailey, Tom and Scofield, Paul and Bunce, Michael and Lambert, David M and Zhou, Qi and Perelman, Polina and Driskell, Amy C and Shapiro, Beth and Xiong, Zijun and Zeng, Yongli and Liu, Shiping and Li, Zhenyu and Liu, Binghang and Wu, Kui and Xiao, Jin and Yinqi, Xiong and Zheng, Qiuemei and Zhang, Yong and Yang, Huanming and Wang, Jian and Smeds, Linnea and Rheindt, Frank E and Braun, Michael and Fjeldsa, Jon and Orlando, Ludovic and Barker, F. Keith and Jønsson, Knud Andreas and Johnson, Warren and Koepfli, Klaus-Peter and O'Brien, Stephen and Haussler, David and Ryder, Oliver A and Rahbek, Carsten and Willerslev, Eske and Graves, Gary R and Glenn, Travis C and McCormack, John and Burt, Dave and Ellegren, Hans and Alström, Per and Edwards, Scott V and Stamatakis, Alexandros and Mindell, David P and Cracraft, Joel and ... and Teknisk-naturvetenskapliga vetenskapsområdet and Evolutionsbiologi and Biologiska sektionen and Uppsala universitet and Institutionen för ekologi och genetik
Science, ISSN 0036-8075, 12/2014, Volume 346, Issue 6215, pp. 1320 - 1331
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by Misof, Bernhard and Liu, Shanlin and Meusemann, Karen and Peters, Ralph S and Donath, Alexander and Mayer, Christoph and Frandsen, Paul B and Ware, Jessica and Flouri, Tomáš and Beutel, Rolf G and Niehuis, Oliver and Petersen, Malte and Izquierdo-Carrasco, Fernando and Wappler, Torsten and Rust, Jes and Aberer, Andre J and Aspöck, Ulrike and Aspöck, Horst and Bartel, Daniela and Blanke, Alexander and Berger, Simon and Böhm, Alexander and Buckley, Thomas R and Calcott, Brett and Chen, Junqing and Friedrich, Frank and Fukui, Makiko and Fujita, Mari and Greve, Carola and Grobe, Peter and Gu, Shengchang and Huang, Ying and Jermiin, Lars S and Kawahara, Akito Y and Krogmann, Lars and Kubiak, Martin and Lanfear, Robert and Letsch, Harald and Li, Yiyuan and Li, Zhenyu and Li, Jiguang and Lu, Haorong and Machida, Ryuichiro and Mashimo, Yuta and Kapli, Pashalia and McKenna, Duane D and Meng, Guanliang and Nakagaki, Yasutaka and Navarrete-Heredia, José Luis and Ott, Michael and Ou, Yanxiang and Pass, Günther and Podsiadlowski, Lars and Pohl, Hans and Von Reumont, Björn M and Schütte, Kai and Sekiya, Kaoru and Shimizu, Shota and Slipinski, Adam and Stamatakis, Alexandros and Song, Wenhui and Su, Xu and Szucsich, Nikolaus U and Tan, Meihua and Tan, Xuemei and Tang, Min and Tang, Jingbo and Timelthaler, Gerald and Tomizuka, Shigekazu and Trautwein, Michelle and Tong, Xiaoli and Uchifune, Toshiki and Walzl, Manfred G and Wiegmann, Brian M and Wilbrandt, Jeanne and Wipfler, Benjamin and Wong, Thomas K. F and Wu, Qiong and Wu, Gengxiong and Xie, Yinlong and Yang, Shenzhou and Yang, Qing and Yeates, David K and Yoshizawa, Kazunori and Zhang, Qing and Zhang, Rui and Zhang, Wenwei and Zhang, Yunhui and Zhao, Jing and Zhou, Chengran and Zhou, Lili and Ziesmann, Tanja and Zou, Shijie and Li, Yingrui and Xu, Xun and Zhang, Yong and Yang, Huanming and Wang, Jian and Wang, Jun and Kjer, Karl M and ...
Science, ISSN 0036-8075, 11/2014, Volume 346, Issue 6210, pp. 763 - 767
Insects are the most speciose group of animals, but the phylogenetic relationships of many major lineages remain unresolved. We inferred the phylogeny of... 
EVIDENCE CONVERGE | HOLOMETABOLOUS INSECTS | MULTIDISCIPLINARY SCIENCES | LIGHT | Animals | Genetic Code | Time Factors | Insecta - classification | Genomics | Insect Proteins - genetics | Genome, Insect | Phylogeny | Insect Proteins - classification | Insecta - genetics | Phylogenetics | Insects | Evolutionary biology | Origins | Evolutionary | Genes | Hips | Amino acids | Nucleotides
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BMC Bioinformatics, ISSN 1471-2105, 07/2013, Volume 14, Issue 1, pp. 216 - 216
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Molecular Biology and Evolution, ISSN 0737-4038, 11/2012, Volume 29, Issue 11, p. 3601
  We used next-generation sequencing to characterize the genomes of nine species of Orobanchaceae of known phylogenetic relationships, different life forms,... 
Phylogenetics | Genomes | Genetic diversity | Flowers & plants | Evolution & development | Deoxyribonucleic acid--DNA
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GigaScience, ISSN 2047-217X, 02/2015, Volume 4, Issue 1, p. 4
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