Parsimony analysis (cladistics) has long been one of the most widely used methods of phylogenetic inference in the fields of systematic and evolutionary biology. Moreover it has mathematical attributes that lend itself for use with complex, genomic-scale data sets. This book demonstrates the potential that this powerful hierarchical data summarization method also has for both structural and functional comparative genomic research.
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Victor Albert is a Professor at The Natural History Museum, University of Oslo, Norway. Dr. Albert has published and lectured broadly in the fields of phylogenetic theory and methodology, plant systematics and evolution, plant molecular developmental biology, and evolutionary genomics.
"This is one of those rare edited volumes that reads like a recent journal with respect to the novelty of work, and is in many ways exciting because of the material included."--Quarterly Review of Biology
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