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Using more than the oldest fossils: Dating Osmundaceae by three Bayesian clock approaches

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Oct 17, 2014

Guido W. GrimmSusanne S Renner

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A major concern in molecular clock dating is how to use information from the fossil record to calibrate genetic distances from DNA sequences. Here we apply three Bayesian dating methods that differ in how calibration is achieved--"node dating" (ND) in BEAST, "total evidence" (TE) dating...read more

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DNA Sequence
Species
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Anatomic Node
Osmundaceae
Transient Elastography
CLOCK gene
Rhizome
Neogene
Osmundales
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  • Using more than the oldest fossils: Dating Osmundaceae by three Bayesian clock approaches

    bioRxiv

    Oct 17, 2014

    Guido W. GrimmSusanne S Renner

    PMID: 990010496

    DOI: 10.1101/010496

    Abstract

    A major concern in molecular clock dating is how to use information from the fossil record to calibrate genetic distances from DNA sequences. Here we apply three Bayesian dating methods that differ in how calibration is achieved--"node dating" (ND) in BEAST, "total evidence" (TE) dating...read more

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    DNA Sequence
    Species
    Study
    Anatomic Node
    Osmundaceae
    7

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