Data from: Genome-scale phylogenetics: inferring the plant tree of life from 18,896 gene trees

J. Gordon Burleigh, Mukul S. Bansal, Oliver Eulenstein, Stefanie Hartmann, André Wehe & Todd J. Vision
Phylogenetic analyses using genome-scale data sets must confront incongruence among gene trees, which in plants is exacerbated by frequent gene duplications and losses. Gene tree parsimony is a phylogenetic optimization criterion in which a species tree is selected that minimizes the number of gene duplications induced among a set of gene trees. The run time performance of previous implementations has limited its use on large-scale data sets. We used new software that incorporates recent algorithmic...
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