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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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We also thank MAJ Wes McCardle (Chief, Walter Reed Biosystematic Unit) for his support during the development of this tool.
Considering data about biosystematic position of these species in the waters of Bosnia and Herzegovina, Golub et al.
Porter, "The lock-and-key hypothesis: evolutionary and biosystematic interpretation of insect genitalia" Annual Review of Entomology, vol.
Australian Chalcidoidea (Hymenoptera): A biosystematic revision of genera and fourteen families, with a reclassification of species.
Goldblatt, "Biosystematic studies in Papaver section Oxytona," Annals of the Missouri Botanical Garden, vol.
Biosystematic Research Institute, Ottawa, Ontario, Research Branch Agriculture Canada Monograph 27:1-674.
Moreover, massive numbers of available herbarium specimens make comprehensive loans impractical current hypotheses of species limits among Mesoamerican and South American herbarium samples are based on extrapolation from earlier biosystematic studies of Caribbean taxa.