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cladogram

[′klad·ə‚gram]
(evolution)
A dendritic diagram which shows the evolution and descent of a group of organisms.
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4 Distribution of branching types in the Calamoideae on a genus level cladogram. Key the same as Fig.
The cladogram presented proposes the hypothesis of monophyletism for the species of Ciconia, introducing C.
This paper is accompanied by the GitHub page https://github.com/biocom-uib/prob-alpha where the interested reader can find a SageMath [12] module to compute these probabilities and their explicit values on the sets [T.sub.n] of cladograms with n leaves labeled 1, ..., n, for every n from 2 to 8.
Table 4 summarises the 13 matrices developed, which include cladograms 9-21.
The geodispersal area cladogram indicates the relative timing in which barriers were removed facilitating faunal exchange (Rode & Lieberman 2005).
2007) was used for the cladogram search, and WINCLADA (Nixon 2002), version 1.00.08, for the matrix editing and the tree viewing and editing.
However, the papers of Duellman & Simmons (1977), Lynch (1973, 1975a, 1975b, 1978, 1981, 1983, 1984, 1994a, 1994b, 1998, 2003), Lynch & Duellman (1980), Lynch & Suarez (2002) and Pyburn & Lynch (1981) have revealed potential relationships for species of the unistrigatus group, some with formal cladograms, but the majority without them.
For a more meaningful interpretation of the affected signaling pathways, our analysis focused on sampling different regions of the cladograms to reveal the diversity of the affected signaling pathways within AMD lesions.
The author compiled 143 morphological characters of adults and immature stages and gave possible relationships within the subfamily Charaxinae through several cladograms. Concluding that Preponini is a monophyletic tribe except for Anaeomorpha splendida, allied to Anaeini because androconial patches are not present in the adults, is strong evidence for segregating it from Preponini.
This comprehensive work includes a fold-out time line, detailed indexes of the sites and species discussed, as well as a chapter of "cladograms" detailing the interrelations of species.