The application of this procedure to the phylogeny
of the Caninae allowed a reduction in the level of incongruence among the morphological and mtDNA data sets, and led to a better tuning of their common phylogenetic signal.
and ecology of mycotrophic achlorophyllous angiosperms.
This cycle occurred in all species observed, so this coordination of leg movements, used precisely in the context of prey capture, optimizes at the base of the phylogeny
of the whole Orbiculariae group.
The method of using retrotransposons in the construction of a molecular phylogeny
allows for a relatively simple and rapid, low-cost method of determining branching order for species.
and divergence time estimates from the fern genus Azolla (Salviniaceae).
In a recent study, a consortium of researchers described the evolutionary relationships of representative species within major grass subfamilies (Grass Phylogeny
Working Group, 2001).
However, only a single reliable family-level phylogeny
exists that includes deep-water fauna.
The usual chapter format is to lay out the molecule-based phylogeny
and then to discuss the morphological, adaptive evolution in an ecological context.
The experimental phylogenies were analyzed as three replicated four-taxon phylogenies and together as a 12-taxon phylogeny
. For each phylogeny
, we compared nested models that differed in parameters associated with base composition, models of substitution, and among-site variation.
Few people bother to think about these matters, but the inquiring mind cannot ignore the incompatibilities implicit in considering the phylogeny
of the soul.
He and Chen (2006) investigated biogeography and molecular phylogeny
of the genus Schizothorax in China inferred from cytochrome b sequences, and their results also not congruent with the traditional subdivision of the genus Schizothorax.
This work has not previously been achievable due to the lack of a reliable kinorhynch phylogeny
, And because the hard kinorhynch cuticle has hampered staining of muscular and nervous systems.