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Progress and potential for phylogenetic invariants
 

Summary: Progress and potential
for phylogenetic invariants
Elizabeth S. Allman
Department of Mathematics and Statistics
University of Southern Maine / University of Alaska
Mathematical Biosciences Institute
Columbus, Ohio September 26, 2005
Joint work with
John A. Rhodes
Department of Mathematics and Statistics
University of Alaska
For phylogenetic inference,
the data are observed pattern frequencies in aligned sequences:
Strepsiptera AAGCTCATTAAATCGCTTTGGTTCCTTAGATAGTTGGAT...
Aedes AGGCTCAGTATAACACTATAATTTACAAGATCATTGGAT...
Drosophila AGGCTCATTATATCATTATGGTTCCTTAGATCGTTGGAT...
Flea TGGCTCATTATATCATTATGGTTCATTAGATCGTTGGAT...
Meloe AGGCTCATTAAATCATTATGGTTCCTTAGATCGTTGGAT...
Tenebrio AGGCTCATTAAATCATTATGGTTCCTTAGATCGTTGGAT...
pAAAAAA = # observations of AAAAAA

  

Source: Allman, Elizabeth S. - Department of Mathematical Sciences, University of Alaska Fairbanks

 

Collections: Mathematics