Rates of genome evolution and branching order from whole genome analysis
Accurate estimation of any phylogeny is important as a framework for evolutionary analysis of form and function at all levels of organization from sequence to whole organism. Using alignments of nonrepetitive components of opossum, human, mouse, rat, and
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