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clade

[klād]
(systematics)
A taxonomic group containing a common ancestor and its descendants.
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The N1 proteins of these reassortants are derived from different H5N1 viruses that descended from H5 clade 2.
the distributional pattern of Heterostylum shows a generic distribution congruent with the phylogenetic pattern, as the basalmost dichotomy diverging to nearctic and neotropical clades fig.
Within Apiineae, Pittosporaceae have strong support as the sister group to the remaining clades.
There was also strong support for the clade "restricta + only kamakou Molokai"; this renders T.
Clade B formed by Trachysalambria, Parapenaeopsis, and Xiphopenaeus appeared divergent from the other penaeids.
Influenza A(H5N6) viruses have the HA cleavage sequence PLRERRRKR/GLF that is common in clade 2.
A few of the threatened endemics are nested inside clades restricted to South America or sister to lineages from this region (10 species in 6 genera: Crescentia (Bignoniaceae), Doerpfeldia (Rhamnaceae), Elekmania, Gesneria, Rhvtidophyllum, and Styrax (Styracaceae), see Appendix S3).
Group I comprises informal subgroups "mutica"/A and "clemys"/B, and Group II includes subgroups "capensis", "macrocarpa", "nubica", "marsilea I-III", and "nodorhizae I-IV", here designated Clades C through H, respectively.
Based on the 432 mtDNA sequence analysis from nine populations, 20 clades were observed (Table 3).