## Phylogenetic trees

*Baños, Hector*;

*Bushek, Nathaniel*;

*Davidson, Ruth*;

*Gross, Elizabeth*;

*Harris, Pamela E.*;

*Krone, Robert*;

*Long, Colby*;

*Stewart, Allen*;

*Walker, Robert*;

- Subject: Quantitative Biology - Populations and Evolution | Mathematics - Algebraic Geometryarxiv: Computer Science::Mathematical Software | Computer Science::Databases

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