- Title Pages
- Chapter 1 Parsimony and phylogenetics in the genomic age
- Chapter 2 What is the rationale for ‘Ockham's razor’ (a.k.a. parsimony) in phylogenetic inference?
- Chapter 3 Parsimony and its presuppositions
- Chapter 4 The logic of the data matrix in phylogenetic analysis
- Chapter 5 Alignment, dynamic homology, and optimization
- Chapter 6 Parsimony and the problem of inapplicables in sequence data
- Chapter 7 The limits of conventional cladistic analysis
- Chapter 8 Parsimony and Bayesian phylogenetics
- Chapter 9 Maximum parsimony and the phylogenetic information in multistate characters
- Chapter 10 Using phylogeny to understand genomic evolution
- Chapter 11 Dollo parsimony and the reconstruction of genome evolution
- Parsimony, Phylogeny, and Genomics
- Oxford University Press
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