Crayfish Molecular Systematics: Using a Combination of Procedures to Estimate Phylogeny
The use of comparative methods to test evolutionary hypotheses has become more common at both the macro- and microevolutionary levels. The application of such techniques is especially troublesome at the interface of these levels because phylogenetic relationships are often difficult to estimate. The...
|Published in:||Systematic Biology, Vol. 45, No. 1 (1996), p. 1-26|
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