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Relative efficiencies of simple and complex substitution models in estimating divergence times in phylogenomics
© The Author(s) 2020. The conventional wisdom in molecular evolution is to apply parameter-rich models of nucleotide and amino acid substitutions for estimating divergence times. However, the actual extent of the difference between time estimates produced by highly complex models compared with those from simple models is yet to be quantified for contemporary data sets that frequently contain sequences from many species and genes. In a reanalysis of many large multispecies alignments fromdoi:10.34944/dspace/4475 fatcat:ab2x25fw4fhfvkdumh7ixlov6y