cladogram


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a tree diagram used to illustrate phylogenetic relationships

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The geodispersal area cladogram indicates the relative timing in which barriers were removed facilitating faunal exchange (Rode & Lieberman 2005).
A revision of the Palaearctic species of Lampromyia Macquart (Diptera, Vermileonidae), with the description of a new Iberian species and a cladogram for the genus.
By 1962 the essentially modern cladogram had appeared (FIGURE 1).
We analyzed relationships among haplotypes with a maximum parsimony (branch-and-bound search) cladogram, and a neighbor-joining tree (Saitou and Nei 1987) employing 2-parameter distance estimates.
The cladogram produced is your hypothesis about how these taxa are related to each other.
Several species of the genus Lepomis were studied to develop a cladogram based upon protein differences.
Distance analysis resulted in a cladogram similar to the one derived from parsimony analysis (Fig.
tabaci populations were collected from 10 cotton cultivars, and the epithet of each cultivar is shown on the right side at the end of each branch of the cladogram.
Figure 2 presents a color-coded cladogram at order level.
The resulting cladogram suggested the emergence of 4 distinct lineages within the Central African clade.
The cladogram is distinguished by a basal dichotomy separating two strongly supported clades, earlier designated informally as Groups I and II (Schneider and Pryer, 2001; Nagalingum et al.