biosystematics

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biosystematics

that part of the study of systematics concerned with variation within a species and its general evolution.
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Intenational Organization of Plant Biosystematists Newsletter 13: 20-21.
Two other groups continued to support evolutionary activity in the early 1940s: the Biosystematists, an informal group, chiefly of botanists in the San Francisco Bay area, and the Committee on Common Problems in Genetics, Paleontology, and Systematics based in New York.