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What are the possible methodological and biological reasons for incongruence between phylogenetic trees?

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Incongruence is a phylogenetic concord which involves uncertainty in phylogenetic analysis for establishing the actual relationships among the species and genes to be analyzed. This uncertainty occurs due to incongruence among individual genes, genomic regions and the methods used for characterization. It can be due to the following biological factors:
a. Genetic drift: The change in allelic frequencies of a population over generations due to sampling error.
b. Gene duplication: Also known as chromosomal duplication...

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