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1. The Araceae as a Study System: Intron Evolution, Diversification Analyses, and Evolutionary Classification


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2. Slowdowns in Diversification Rates from Real Phylogenies May Not be Real


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3. Maximum likelihood inference implies a high, not a low, ancestral haploid chromosome number in Araceae, with a critique of the bias introduced by ‘x’

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4. A New Method for Handling Missing Species in Diversification Analysis Applicable to Randomly or Nonrandomly Sampled Phylogenies


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5. Maximum likelihood inference implies a high, not a low, ancestral haploid chromosome number in Araceae, with a critique of the bias introduced by 'x'


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6. Maximum likelihood inference implies a high, not a low, ancestral haploid chromosome number in Araceae, with a critique of the bias introduced by 'x'


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7. Slowdowns in diversification rates from real phylogenies may not be real


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8. Reevaluation of the cox1 Group I Intron in Araceae and Angiosperms Indicates a History Dominated by Loss rather than Horizontal Transfer


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9. Reevaluation of the cox1 Group I Intron in Araceae and Angiosperms Indicates a History Dominated by Loss rather than Horizontal Transfer


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10. A new method for handling missing species in diversification analysis applicable to randomly or non-randomly sampled phylogenies


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