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|Title:||Partitioned Bremer support and multiple trees|
|Citation:||Cladistics-The International Journal of the Willi Hennig Society, 2002; 18(4):436-444|
|Publisher:||Academic Press Ltd|
|Christine L. Lambkin, Michael S.Y. Lee, Shaun L. Winterton and David K. Yeates|
|Abstract:||Partitioned Bremer support (PBS) is a valuable means of assessing congruence in combined data sets, but some aspects require clarification. When more than one equally parsimonious tree is found during the constrained search for trees lacking the node of interest, averaging PBS for each data set across these trees can conceal conflict, and PBS should ideally be examined for each constrained tree. Similarly, when multiple most parsimonious trees (MPTs) are generated during analysis of the combined data, PBS is usually calculated on the consensus tree. However, extra information can be obtained if PBS is calculated on each of the MPTs or even suboptimal trees.|
|Description:||The definitive version is available at www.blackwell-synergy.com|
|Appears in Collections:||Ecology, Evolution and Landscape Science publications|
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