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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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We found that Proteobacteria, Planctomycetes, Bacteroidetes and Verrucomicrobia were phylogenetically clustered in specific sites, whereas Cyanobacteria showed a tendency to be randomly structured.
9) One could envision scenarios wherein drug resistance genotyping data derived from a specific patient, who has been counseled with respect to transmission risks, might be phylogenetically linked to a cluster of new HIV infections.
Short report: phylogenetically distinct hepatitis E in Pakistan.
In the present study, the strains phylogenetically clustered into genotype 4 and formed single subgroup 'e', sharing 90.
Positive NRI scores indicate that species occurring together are more phylogenetically related than expected by chance.
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.
The 3D model proposed here will probably be conserved amongst APNs from different types of Lepidoptera on which Bt has activity, especially the Cryl protein binding region, bearing in mind that phylogenetically distant Cry toxin domains II and III (implicated in receptor recognition) have conserved residues (Shinkawa et al.
The theory is based on five major assumptions: 1) species are groups of genetically differentiated populations and most of the interacting species do not have identical geographic ranges; 2) species are phylogenetically conservative in their interactions, maintaining the same interactions for long periods of time; 3) local populations have specialized interactions with few other species; 4) the ecological outcome of interactions differs among communities; and 5) species are usually locally adapted to other populations and evolve rapidly.
Maternal care is therefore restricted to the superfamily Gonyleptoidea, while paternal care has evolved in five phylogenetically independent lineages of Opiliones, including representatives of the superfamilies Travunioidea, Epedanoidea, and Gonyleptoidea.
Further study of these phylogenetically related epibiotic and epiphytic bacteria could shed new light onto the evolution and ecology of mutualistic relationships between heterotrophic bacteria and photosynthetic organisms.