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Volume 66, Issue 3
May 2017
ISSN 1063-5157
EISSN 1076-836X
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    Cover Illustration: Tree shape influences how missing data for samples at the tips of a tree is translated into phylogenetic information shared among quartets of samples. Counter to the common expectation that missing data reduces information greatest across deeper splits in a tree, we show that phylogenetic information can in fact be greater for deeper splits than for shallow splits. Credit: Deren Eaton.

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