Data from: Heterogeneous models place the root of the placental mammal phylogeny

Claire C. Morgan, Peter G. Foster, Andrew E. Webb, Davide Pisani, James O. McInerney & Mary J. O'Connell
Heterogeneity among life traits in mammals has resulted in considerable phylogenetic conflict, particularly concerning the position of the placental root. Layered upon this are gene- and lineage-specific variation in amino acid substitution rates and compositional biases. Life trait variations that may impact upon mutational rates are longevity, metabolic rate, body size and germ line generation time. Over the past 12 years, three main conflicting hypotheses have emerged for the placement of the placental root. These...
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