Fitting the Gene Lineage into its Species Lineage, a Parsimony Strategy Illustrated by Cladograms Constructed from Globin Sequences

The gene phylogeny for a set of contemporary species is defined as the ancestral order of branching of evolutionarily related gene lineages leading to the expressed genes in the contemporary species. The species phylogeny for this set of species is defined as the evolutionary branching of species li...

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Published in:Systematic zoology, Vol. 28, No. 2 (1979), p. 132-163
Main Author: Goodman, Morris
Other Involved Persons: Czelusniak, John ; Moore, G. William ; Romero-Herrera, A. E. ; Matsuda, Genji
Format: electronic Article
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