Apr 28, 2020

Genomes of Animal Mitochondria have not Evolved According to Common Models of Substitution Probabilities

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James Cavender

Abstract

Common probabilistic models of substitutions of bases (Jukes-Cantor, Kimura 2-parameter, Tamura-Nei, F84, HKY, and the 6-parameter models used in linear invariants methods) must be rejected, at least for mitochondrial genomes of animals. They are rejected by a new test that is simple and lenient.

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