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Testing Hybridization Hypotheses Based on Incongruent Gene Trees
Hybridization is an important evolutionary mechanism in plants and has been increasingly documented in animals. Dif culty in reconstruction of reticulate evolution, however, has been a longstanding problem in phylogenetics. Consequently, hybrid speciation may play a major role in causing topological incongruence between gene trees. The incongruence, in turn, offers an opportunity to detect hybrid speciation. Here we characterized certain distinctions between hybridization and other biologicaldoi:10.1080/10635159950127321 pmid:12116420 fatcat:euikgvbvvje3dknrkghzqqoo2y