Data from: Speciation network in Laurasiatheria: retrophylogenomic signals

Liliya Doronina, Gennady Churakov, Andrej Kuritzin, Jingjing Shi, Robert Baertsch, Hiram Clawson & Juergen Schmitz
Rapid species radiation due to adaptive changes or occupation of new ecospaces challenges our understanding of ancestral speciation and the relationships of modern species. At the molecular level, rapid radiation with successive speciations over short time periods—too short to fix polymorphic alleles—is described as incomplete lineage sorting. Incomplete lineage sorting leads to random fixation of genetic markers and hence, random signals of relationships in phylogenetic reconstructions. The situation is further complicated when you consider that...
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