All that glisters is not galled

Mathematical Biosciences
Francesc Rosselló, Gabriel Valiente

Abstract

Galled trees, evolutionary networks with isolated reticulation cycles, have appeared under several slightly different definitions in the literature. In this paper, we establish the actual relationships between the main four such alternative definitions: namely, the original galled trees, level-1 networks, nested networks with nesting depth 1, and evolutionary networks with arc-disjoint reticulation cycles.

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Jul 15, 2011·Journal of Mathematical Biology·Philippe Gambette, Katharina T Huber
May 22, 2010·BMC Bioinformatics·Miguel ArenasGabriel Valiente
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