Reconstructing reticulate evolution in species-theory and practice. Nakhleh, L., Warnow, T., Linder, C. R., & John, K. S. *J Comput Biol*, 12(6):796–811, 2005. doi abstract bibtex We present new methods for reconstructing reticulate evolution of species due to events such as horizontal transfer or hybrid speciation; both methods are based upon extensions of Wayne Maddison's approach in his seminal 1997 paper. Our first method is a polynomial time algorithm for constructing phylogenetic networks from two gene trees contained inside the network.We allow the network to have an arbitrary number of reticulations, but we limit the reticulation in the network so that the cycles in the network are node-disjoint ("galled"). Our second method is a polynomial time algorithm for constructing networks with one reticulation, where we allow for errors in the estimated gene trees. Using simulations, we demonstrate improved performance of this method over both NeighborNet and Maddison's method.

@Article{nakhleh05reconstructing,
author = {Luay Nakhleh and Tandy Warnow and C. Randal Linder and Katherine St John},
title = {Reconstructing reticulate evolution in species-theory and practice.},
journal = {J Comput Biol},
year = {2005},
volume = {12},
number = {6},
pages = {796--811},
abstract = {We present new methods for reconstructing reticulate evolution of species due to events such as horizontal transfer or hybrid speciation; both methods are based upon extensions of Wayne Maddison's approach in his seminal 1997 paper. Our first method is a polynomial time algorithm for constructing phylogenetic networks from two gene trees contained inside the network.We allow the network to have an arbitrary number of reticulations, but we limit the reticulation in the network so that the cycles in the network are node-disjoint ("galled"). Our second method is a polynomial time algorithm for constructing networks with one reticulation, where we allow for errors in the estimated gene trees. Using simulations, we demonstrate improved performance of this method over both NeighborNet and Maddison's method.},
doi = {10.1089/cmb.2005.12.796},
keywords = {phylogenetics},
owner = {Standard},
pmid = {16108717},
timestamp = {2006.12.01},
}

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