Bayesian inference of phylogeny and its impact on evolutionary biology pdf
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- Inference of Phylogenetic Trees
- Bayesian inference in phylogeny
- Models of Molecular Evolution and Phylogeny
Metrics details. Bayesian phylogenetic inference holds promise as an alternative to maximum likelihood, particularly for large molecular-sequence data sets.
Phylogenetic reconstruction is a fast-growing field that is enriched by different statistical approaches and by findings and applications in a broad range of biological areas. Fundamental to these are the mathematical models used to describe the patterns of DNA base substitution and amino acid replacement. These may become some of the basic models for comparative genome research.
Inference of Phylogenetic Trees
Bayesian methods have become very popular in molecular phylogenetics due to the availability of user-friendly software implementing sophisticated models of evolution. However, Bayesian phylogenetic models are complex, and analyses are often carried out using default settings, which may not be appropriate. We discuss the specification of the prior, the choice of the substitution model, and partitioning of the data. Finally, we provide a list of common Bayesian phylogenetic software and provide recommendations as to their use. Bayesian phylogenetic methods were introduced in the s 1 , 2 and have since revolutionised the way we analyse genomic sequence data 3. Examples of such analyses include phylogeographic analysis of virus spread in humans 4 — 7 , inference of phylogeographic history and migration between species 8 — 10 , analysis of species diversification rates 11 , 12 , divergence time estimation 13 — 15 , and inference of phylogenetic relationships among species or populations 13 , 16 —
Bayesian inference of phylogeny combines the information in the prior and in the data likelihood to create the so-called posterior probability of trees, which is the probability that the tree is correct given the data, the prior and the likelihood model. Bayesian inference was introduced into molecular phylogenetics in the s by three independent groups: Bruce Rannala and Ziheng Yang in Berkeley,   Bob Mau in Madison,  and Shuying Li in University of Iowa,  the last two being PhD students at the time. The approach has become very popular since the release of the MrBayes software in ,  and is now one of the most popular methods in molecular phylogenetics. Bayesian inference refers to a probabilistic method developed by Reverend Thomas Bayes based on Bayes' theorem. Published posthumously in it was the first expression of inverse probability and the basis of Bayesian inference. Computational difficulties and philosophical objections had prevented the widespread adoption of the Bayesian approach until the s, when Markov Chain Monte Carlo MCMC algorithms revolutionized Bayesian computation. The Bayesian approach to phylogenetic reconstruction combines the prior probability of a tree P A with the likelihood of the data B to produce a posterior probability distribution on trees P A B.
Bayesian inference in phylogeny
Study of the evolutionary relationships among organisms has been of interest to scientists for over years. The earliest attempts at inferring evolutionary relatedness relied solely on observable species characteristics. Modern molecular techniques, however, have made available an abundance of DNA sequence data, which can be used to study these relationships. Today, it is common to consider the information contained in both types of data in order to obtain robust estimates of evolutionary histories. Estimation of the phylogenetic relationships among a collection of organisms given genetic data for these organisms can be divided into two distinct problems. The first is to define the particular criterion by which we compare the fit of a particular phylogenetic hypothesis to the observed data.
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Models of Molecular Evolution and Phylogeny
Johan A. Nylander, Fredrik Ronquist, John P. The recent development of Bayesian phylogenetic inference using Markov chain Monte Carlo MCMC techniques has facilitated the exploration of parameter-rich evolutionary models. At the same time, stochastic models have become more realistic and complex and have been extended to new types of data, such as morphology.
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