clade


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clade

[klād]
(systematics)
A taxonomic group containing a common ancestor and its descendants.
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Several clades of echinoderms clone as larvae (reviewed in Allen et al., 2018).
Emergence of a new Neisseria meningitidis clonal complex 11 lineage 11.2 clade as an effective urogenital pathogen.
The root cap has shifted gradually to an oblique position in tribe Dulichieae or to a sublateral position in a part of Scirpeae (the Scirpus clade).
The phylogenetic analysis revealed three clades. It is in agreement with previous investigations (Li, et al, 2010, Xu, et al., 2011) but partly differ with CO11 results, in which, Zhoushan population clustered separately (Lu, et al., 2013) and disagree with Li et al, (2010) and Chang et al., (2010) where Xiamen population clustered separately.
Moreover, the specimens from "Cordillera de Los Altos" are recovered as a clade phylogenetically distinct from the other clades.
hahnii dataset, the two main clades recovered in the Bayesian analyses and between them.
We repeat, there is nothing to be gained by splitting the genus Crassostrea because, as presently defined, both Atlantic and Pacific species form one well-supported clade.
As an activator of downstream gene expression, members of clade A bZIP genes share function as important regulatory roles in the ABA signaling pathway, abiotic stresses, and tissues development in Arabidopsis [8].
mitis), of the 10 Florida Keys specimens, 8 fell into their expected clade. Exceptions were two C.
Clade E was the most frequent haplogroup whereas the clade A consisted of three individuals.