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Synonyms for phyletic

of or relating to the evolutionary development of organisms


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All around the world are rainforests, coral reefs, and islands, each extremely high in biodiversity, and such phyletically diverse regions can also be found in North America.
So, species phyletically far from the great white shark, such as the blue shark (Prionace glauca) and the sandbar shark (Carcharhinus plumbeus), are cold-blooded and eat 0.
humectus belongs to this pattern, and represents a phyletically isolated line within the subgenus Canthon according to Halffter & Martinez (1977).
We have found that nucleotide frequencies at these positions are phyletically distinct.
Likewise, the available data for phyletically diverse unicellular aquatic plants (algae) indicate that cell bulk density may decrease roughly as the one-quarter power of cell volume, although this bears further study (Niklas ms).