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clade

 [klād]
a grouping of genetic variants within a single species.

clade

(klād)
n.
A grouping of organisms made on the basis of their presumed evolutionary history, consisting of a common ancestor and all of its descendants.

clade

[klād]
a grouping of genetic variants within a single species.

clade

Cladus, subtype Genetics A branch of biological taxa or species that share features inherited from a common ancestor; a single phylogenetic group or line. See Inheritance, Species.

clade

(klād)
A term denoting all strains derived from a common ancestor. Used to describe human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) strains.
[G. klados, branch]

clade

a group of organisms having a common ancestor - a complete branch of a phylogenetic tree.
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Evolution of the influenza A(H5) haemagglutinin: WHO/OIE/FAO H5 Working Group reports a new clade designated 2.
A discriminant function analysis of 10 log-corrected ecomorphological features showed that all five principal clades identified solely on the basis of monophyly are diagnosable (Wilks' lambda = 0.
The basal diversification of the neotropical clades c and D indicates a distributional fragmentation from the caribbean areas (figs.
Within Apiaceae, four major clades are evident, the earliest diverging of which is Mackinlayoideae, followed by the Platysace clade.
2011) generally have assumed that the two mtDNA clades are fixed in their respective localities and that the putative hybridization between C.
There was weak support for a clade of "brevignatha Maui" + "macracantha Maui + Lanai", which, if upheld, would render T.
Our results strongly suggest that the 3 families are closely related and separated from families Penaeidae and Solenoceridae, however, the status of each family within Clade D will require further molecular analysis.
Influenza A(H5N6) viruses have an internal gene backbone from clade 2.
Our review was concordant with the results obtained in our laboratories and showed that three of the threatened species are sister to clades with a large number of species or genera.
There are two well-supported (between 90-100% BS) clades, both of which include samples of M.
The uncorrected-p sequence divergence distances showed significant differences among the three clades: (1) the Philippine lowland endemic Otus (including Mimizuku), (2) the non-Philippine lowland Otus, and (3) the montane clade (Table 3).