Phylogenetic Relationships and Rates of Allozyme Evolution among the Lineages of Sceloporine Sand Lizards

@inproceedings{Queiroz1992PhylogeneticRA,
  title={Phylogenetic Relationships and Rates of Allozyme Evolution among the Lineages of Sceloporine Sand Lizards},
  author={Kevin de Queiroz},
  year={1992}
}
Parsimony analysis of characters derived from an electrophoretic survey of allozyme variation in the sceloporine sand lizards indicates that Uma is outside of a clade formed by the rest of the sand lizards and that Cophosaurus and Holbrookia share a more recent common ancestor with one another than either does with Callisaurus. Previous electrophoretic studies used phenetic clustering based on genetic distance data to assess relationships among these taxa. The resulting dendrograms were used to… CONTINUE READING
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