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A reduction algorithm for computing the hybridization number of two trees

2007
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Evolutionary Bioinformatics
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Hybridization is an important evolutionary process for many groups of species. Thus, conflicting signals in a data set may not be the result of sampling or modeling errors, but due to the fact that hybridization has played a significant role in the evolutionary history of the species under consideration. Assuming that the initial set of gene trees is correct, a basic problem for biologists is to compute this minimum number of hybridization events to explain this set. In this paper, we describe

pmid:19461978
pmcid:PMC2684132
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