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CLASSICAL DETERMINATION OF MONOPHYLY, EXEMPLIFIED WITH DIDYMODON S. LAT. (BRYOPHYTA). PART 2 OF 3, CONCEPTS

@inproceedings{Zander2014CLASSICALDO,
  title={CLASSICAL DETERMINATION OF MONOPHYLY, EXEMPLIFIED WITH DIDYMODON S. LAT. (BRYOPHYTA). PART 2 OF 3, CONCEPTS},
  author={R. Zander},
  year={2014}
}
  • R. Zander
  • Published 2014
  • Biology
  • The shared ancestral and serial transformative evol utionary relationships of the Didymodon s. lat. (Pottiaceae, Bryophyta) group of mosses is inv estigated. Decibans are used as coarse likelihoods for serial trait transformations in sequential Baye s analysis, here using morphology alone. In convergence analysis, theoretical adaptive radiatio ns and neutral but divergent transformations among the species of the data set are evaluated with esti mated deciban support for hypothetical models of… CONTINUE READING
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