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diphyletic

[dī·fə′led·ik]
(evolution)
Originating from two lines of descent.
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Sequences of nuclear genes or microsatellites could help determine if introgression has taken place or if lineages have been consistently isolated, and help clarify potential instances of paraphyly uncovered in this study, as well as the relationships between genera that still remain unclear.
Paraphyly of the subgenus Sintonius (Diptera: Psychodidae: Sergentomyia): status of the Malagasy species, creation of a new subgenus and description of a new species.
Paraphyly of Tarasa (Malvaceae) and diverse origins of the polyploid species.
Within Subgenus Cellia the series Myzomyia showed paraphyly by branching A.
Basal cactus phylogeny: implications of Pereskia (Cactaceae) paraphyly for the transition to the cactus life form.
As already reported elsewhere, the present phylogenetic analysis supported monophyly of Schistosomatidae and paraphyly of Spirorchiidae.
Paraphyly and polyphyly in Polyscias sensu lato: molecular evidence and the case for recircumscribing the "pinnate genera" of Araliaceae.
Peterson, "Poriferan Paraphyly and Its Implications for Precambrian Palaeobiology," Geological Society of London Special Publications 286 (2007): 355-68; and E.
Molecular phylogenetics of Oestroidea (Diptera: Calyptratae) with emphasis on Calliphoridae: Insights into the inter-familial relationships and additional evidence for paraphyly among blowflies.
Phylogeography: Its development and impact in Australo-Papuan ornithology with special reference to paraphyly in Australian birds.
2007): Molecular phylogenetic evidence for paraphyly of the genus Sooglossus, with the description of a new genus of Seychellean frogs.
I don't remember what we ate, but I recall meeting for the first time, the arachnologist, Robert Raven, one of my countrymen, and all together there was much railing against paraphyly.