cladistic analysis

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a system of biological taxonomy based on the quantitative analysis of comparative data and used to reconstruct cladograms summarizing the (assumed) phylogenetic relations and evolutionary history of groups of organisms


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Within the Heterostraci only the Pteraspididae have been subjected to a cladistic analysis (Pernegre & Elliott 2008) until an analysis of the Cyathaspididae was published by Lundgren & Blom (2013).
For these reasons, the cladistic analysis is limited to the Order, Suborder and Great Group tiers.
The cladistic analysis resulted in one fully resolved most-parismonious tree (Fig.
Boyko (2002) thoroughly revised the taxonomy of the albuneids, and Boyko and Harvey (2009) performed a cladistic analysis using morphological characters that provided detailed phytogenies for all species in the family.
Revision and cladistic analysis of the world genera of the family Hemerobiidae (Insecta: Neuroptera).
Revision, cladistic analysis, and zoogeography of Vitalius, Nhandu, and Proshapalopus; with notes on other theraphosine genera (Araneae, Theraphosidae).
A cladistic analysis of the genera in the subfamily Pudicinae (Nematoda, Trichostrongyloidea, Heligmonellidae).
A cladistic analysis of Dialeurodes, Massilieurodes and Singhiella, with notes and keys to the Nearctic species and desciptions of four new Massilieurodes species (Homoptera: Aleyrodidae).
An early study of the Antarctic and Subantarctic Solenogastres (Salvini-Plawen, 1978) was the first to arrange families into orders, but without cladistic analysis and with internal hard parts--radulae and copulatory spicules--described from histologic material, not from isolated, entire hard parts.
A first assessment of the Ticolichen biodiversity inventory in Costa Rica: the genus Coenogonium (Ostropales: Coenogoniaceae), with a world-wide key and checklist and a phenotype-based cladistic analysis.