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systematic

Biology of or relating to the taxonomic classification of organisms
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DPS delineation first became an issue in Pacific salmon, in part because fish systematists have not traditionally recognized subspecies to the extent as have other taxonomists.
Earth Psychologist and Twin Earth Psychologist occupy analogous positions to those of the systematist and the anatomist I discussed earlier.
Etymology: The species is named after and dedicated to the memory of Vespidae systematist and taxonomist and good friend Kurt Milton Pickett who left us much too early (Crowley 2011).
It would have been useful to situate Piaget's contribution alongside that of the other French developmental systematist, Henri Wallon, who followed Baldwin's lead in a closer spirit than did Piaget.
Since then, another systematist has given it a genus of its own, and it's now called Laurentaeglyphea neocaledonica.
"No botanist in their right mind would have accepted abet that among the 38 families of Malpighiales, it would be the Euphorbiaceae;' says Susanne Renner, the systematist who directs the Munich Botanical Garden.
That's why Rosenthal, a molecular systematist, joined ARS' Parasite Biology, Epidemiology, and Systematics Laboratory nearly 3 years ago.
we can clearly understand why analogical or adaptive character, although of the utmost importance to the welfare of the being, are almost valueless to the systematist." This was understood by colleagues of Bailey, e.g.
Bat systematist Nancy Simmons of the American Museum of Natural History in New York City welcomes the report of the new tongue structure as "a fabulous discovery." She says that anteaters are the only other animals that she knows to have tongues in their chests.
A systematist, Farr probes the collection's 1 million fungal specimens to discover, name, scientifically describe, and classify agriculturally important fungi.
There's "no question" about it being a new species, comments primate systematist Colin Groves of the Australian National University in Canberra.
As a systematist, Hoberg carefully examines living species of tapeworms and other parasites and describes them by meticulously detailing their distinguishing characteristics-morphological, biochemical, and molecular.