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.
In the present study, the strains phylogenetically
clustered into genotype 4 and formed single subgroup 'e', sharing 90.9-97.8 per cent homology with inter-subgroup and 80.2-83.8, 82.8-87.3, 80.6-84.6, 80.6-84.3, and 81-83.3 per cent intra-subgroup identity homology with subgroup 'a', 'b', 'c', 'd' and 'f' respectively.
Jeste suggested that these neuro-biologic pathways help balance the phylogenetically
older portions of the brain such as the limbic cortex with the more recently evolved prefrontal cortex.
This confirmed the genus and species of the fungi studied and reinforced that the causal agent of the GLS is phylogenetically
related to the fungi which causes some diseases in tropical or subtropical crops, and even in pineapple guava since some species of this fungi, such as C.
On the other hand, if functional traits are phylogenetically
conserved and competition for limited resources is the main ecological process, closely related species are expected to show low levels of co-occurrence (phylogenetic overdispersion; Webb et al., 2002), because of the competitive exclusion of one or more functionally similar species (Leibold, 1998).
The invention also provides isolated mammalian negative strand RNA viruses identifiable as phylogenetically
corresponding or relating to the genus Metapneumovirus and components thereof.
Feldman says his work indicates that "this wicked-looking organism is very primitive" and appears to "phylogenetically
sit at the spot where animals and fungi diverged."
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.
Bacteria of an anaerobic 1,2-dichloro-propane-dechlorinating mixed culture are phylogenetically
related to those of other anaerobic dechlorinating consortia.