Lactarius volemus sensu lato (Russulales) from northern Thailand: morphological and phylogenetic species
identification using phylograms.--Phylograms were created using orthologous sequences from six species of Pilobolus obtained from GenBank as controls.
Others call for a phylogenetic species
concept that recognizes groups descended from a common ancestor, as evidenced by shared characteristics, such as mammals having fur and mammary glands.
On the biological side we consider the "phylogenetic species
concept" (species are the working units of cladistic analysis) and the "monophyletic species concept" (populations are the working units of cladistic analysis and species are monophyletic groups of populations).
The phylogenetic species
concept has led to a better understanding of the lineage of pathogenic fungi, especially for the mitosporic fungi, which have no known sexual stage.
They are known by numerous terms: the morphological species concept, biological species concept, evolutionary species concept, recognition species concept, cohesion species concept, phylogenetic species
concept, Greek species concept, tyological species concept, Darwin's species concept, ecological species concept, phenetic species concept, etc.
Populations, genetic variations, and the delimitation of phylogenetic species
Rather, the changes in numbers are largely the result of applying a phylogenetic species
concept, wherein minimally diagnosable ent ities are recognized as valid species.
racemosa are distinct under the phylogenetic species
The chapters on conservation genetics focus on how molecular methods should be used to discover least diagnosable entities, or phylogenetic species
, in nature.
In contrast, a phylogenetic species
is a diagnosably distinct cluster with a common ancestry and descent (Cracraft 1989).