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phenetic

(fĭ-nĕt′ĭk)
adj.
Of, relating to, or designating a system of classification of organisms based on analysis of a large number of quantifiable character traits, without consideration of evolutionary relationships.

phe·net′i·cal·ly adv.
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The OTU fusion results become phenon or taxa data in the form of phenogram, then the line at the level of the similarity coefficient and phenetic distance is drawn to obtain the number of taxon or taxa groups represented by OTU or specimens selected based on the similarity and taxonomic distance of all the characters tested.
examined the hypothesis of hybridization by phenetic analyses of
We present a comparative morphometric analysis of this specimen to evaluate and describe its morphometric variation and phenetic similarities with other species of the genus.
Phenetic Analysis of Medicinally Important Species Of The Genus Solanum From Pakistan.
Phenetic analyses separate the species into two groups, one formed by the three representatives of subgenus Bursera and the other by the three representatives of subgenus Elaphrium, supporting the aforementioned subdivision.
Kupicha (1976) has suggested the existence of a close association between sections Peregrinae and Hypechusa, as shown by the phenetic investigation by Maxted (1994).
2] was calculated as a statistical measure of phenetic distance (Irish 2010; Konigsburg 1990) using an IML program executed through SAS 9.
8% of the phenetic variance was accounted for by the first principal axis, followed by 17.
Cambridge (Araneae; Salticidae), with phenetic and cladistic analyses.