THE USE OF CYTOCHROME B SEQUENCE VARIATION IN ESTIMATION OF PHYLOGENY IN THE VIREONIDAE

@article{Murray1994THEUO,
  title={THE USE OF CYTOCHROME B SEQUENCE VARIATION IN ESTIMATION OF PHYLOGENY IN THE VIREONIDAE},
  author={B. W. Murray and W. Mcgillivray and J. C. Barlow and R. Beech and S. Bellevue and C. Strobeck},
  journal={The Condor},
  year={1994},
  volume={96},
  pages={1037-1054}
}
A recent phylogenetic study of the genus Vireo, based on protein electropho- resis, shows the taxon is polyphyletic and contains four distinct groups. This contradicts the traditional classification of the genus. Johnson et al. (1988) find a group containing members of the subgenera Vireo and Lanivireo. a lone taxon containing the species V. bellii and a division of the subgenus Vireosylva into a gilvus and an olivaceus group. To test these results independently, sequence data from the… Expand

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