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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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We repeat, there is nothing to be gained by splitting the genus Crassostrea because, as presently defined, both Atlantic and Pacific species form one well-supported clade.
By contrast, the outbreak in western Ontario (represented here by 1 sequence, Ontario-15) falls into a completely separate clade (clade I) than other viruses circulating in the neighboring area of New York (clade III; light orange branches in Figure 1).
caerulea symbiont formed a clade with clade C of Symbiodinium (bootstrap value of 99%; Fig.
Clade A was found in three chickens from Iranian chicken population (White Marandi, New Hampshire, and Common Breed) under this study.
Although there exist many convergent characteristics in cyperoid spikelets, some general traits are worth noting both in the Cyperus clade and in the Ficinia clade;
mediterraneum, at different sporangial growth stages is particularly specific to the member of clade E, with globose elongated sponagia, internally proliferating.
In this study, significant differences in carapace shape were found between species of distinct clades which were phylogenetically distantly-related.
The mean of Kimura-2-parameters distance matrix on cytb and COI sequences of three clades of C.
The grouping of Clade A was supported by a high bootstrap value of 85% for the NJ tree and 84% for the MP tree, which concurs with the results obtained by Koepfli et al.
2011) generally have assumed that the two mtDNA clades are fixed in their respective localities and that the putative hybridization between C.
We revisit published data and assessed whether that way more even branch length distributions between long and short branch clades can be obtained.
The phylogenetic analyses have recovered three distinct and well-supported clades including specimens identified as P.