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490Alternative uses of fossil data in relaxed molecular clock age estimation: a case study on the age of angiosperms
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Bringing Together the Living and Dead: Integrating Extant and Fossil Biodiversity in Evolutionary StudiesMagallón, Susana.maximum age constraint
molecular clock
total evidence
penalized likelihood
Morphology
branch length optimization
stem lineage
seed plant phylogeny
865Creating faux fossils and sequence fragments: the impact of the structure of missing data in morphological and molecular datasets on phylogenetic accuracy
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Bringing Together the Living and Dead: Integrating Extant and Fossil Biodiversity in Evolutionary StudiesClarke, Julia, Bell, Charles.fossil
Missing data
phylogeny
simulations
540Elucidating the diversification of saxifragalean lineages through simultaneous analysis including extant and fossil taxa
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Bringing Together the Living and Dead: Integrating Extant and Fossil Biodiversity in Evolutionary StudiesHermsen, E. J..simultaneous analysis
Saxifragales
Cretaceous
Tertiary
fossil
extant
742Empirical exploration of calibration sensitivity in molecular dating methods - when are multiple-calibration methods most effective?
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Bringing Together the Living and Dead: Integrating Extant and Fossil Biodiversity in Evolutionary StudiesBrochu, Christopher.fossil
calibration
Crocodylia
317Extant basal angiosperms; pitfalls or springboards for re-greening Early Cretaceous ecophysiology?
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Bringing Together the Living and Dead: Integrating Extant and Fossil Biodiversity in Evolutionary StudiesFeild, Taylor S..Amborella
ecophysiology
Chloranthaceae
907Fossil and molecular evolutionary divergences: Ostracoda (Crustacea) as a starting point for database and synthesis
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Bringing Together the Living and Dead: Integrating Extant and Fossil Biodiversity in Evolutionary StudiesOakley, TH.divergence time estimates
molecular clock
database
fossil
291Homology assessments within the Gnetales: integrating information from molecules, extant morphology and fossils
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Bringing Together the Living and Dead: Integrating Extant and Fossil Biodiversity in Evolutionary StudiesRydin, Catarina, Pedersen, Kaj Raunsgaard, Wu, Shunqing, Friis, Else Marie.Ephedra
Gnetum
Gnetales
fossils
molecular data
Yixian Formation
Potomac Group
535Jurassic origin for the Salviniaceae: the last word or just the first?
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Bringing Together the Living and Dead: Integrating Extant and Fossil Biodiversity in Evolutionary StudiesLupia Ii, Richard, Schneider, Harald, Nagalingum, Nathalie S., Pryer, Kathleen M..divergence time estimates
heterosporous ferns
phylogeny
Sampling bias
344Paleontology, genomics, and combined-data phylogenetics: can molecular data improve phylogeny estimation for fossil taxa?
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Bringing Together the Living and Dead: Integrating Extant and Fossil Biodiversity in Evolutionary StudiesWiens, John.Combined analysis
fossils
Genomics
Missing data
molecular data
phylogeny
307Paleontology Provides a Context for the Developmental Mechanisms of Evolution
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Bringing Together the Living and Dead: Integrating Extant and Fossil Biodiversity in Evolutionary StudiesSanders, Heather, Rothwell, Gar W., Wyatt, Sarah.leaf development
leaf evolution
evo-devo
fossil

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