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phy·log·e·ny

(fi-loj'ĕ-nē),
The evolutionary development of species, as distinguished from ontogeny, development of the individual.
Synonym(s): phylogenesis

phylogenesis

(fī′lō-jĕn′ĭ-sĭs)
n.

phylogenesis

See phylogeny.

phy·log·e·ny

(fī-loj'ĕ-nē)
The evolutionary development of species, as distinguished from ontogeny, development of the individual.
Synonym(s): phylogenesis.
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In the present study, the strains phylogenetically clustered into genotype 4 and formed single subgroup 'e', sharing 90.
Our research asks two main questions: how phylogenetically informative is gene order, and what are the evolutionary dynamics of genome structure?
To employ as many phylogenetically useful characters as possible, I attempted to discover novel characters when studying morphology in a broad sense (macromorphology, micromorphology, and anatomy).
The invention also provides isolated mammalian negative strand RNA viruses identifiable as phylogenetically corresponding or relating to the genus Metapneumovirus and components thereof.
Secondary homologies, then, are primary homologies that have been tested phylogenetically (Farris 1983).
The sacrotuberous ligament is considered to be the phylogenetically degenerated tendon of origin of the long head of biceps femoris (Hollinshead, 1969; Last, 1978; Palastanga et al.
Bacteria of an anaerobic 1,2-dichloro-propane-dechlorinating mixed culture are phylogenetically related to those of other anaerobic dechlorinating consortia.
Thirty-three sites were autapomorphic and not phylogenetically informative.
The adductor function is phylogenetically the oldest, primitive larynges having only a constrictor function.
In LeDoux's model, incoming stimuli are received by the amygdala (in the thalamus, a phylogenetically older part of the brain), and the cortex, and are processed by both.
Most iconoclastic of all are Arensburg & Belfer-Cohen, who deny point blank that there are two phylogenetically distinct hominid populations represented in the Levantine Middle Palaeolithic fossil record.