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Title of Document : MOLECULAR SYSTEMATICS OF NIGHTJARS AND NIGHTHAWKS ( CAPRIMULGIDAE )

@inproceedings{Han2006TitleOD,
  title={Title of Document : MOLECULAR SYSTEMATICS OF NIGHTJARS AND NIGHTHAWKS ( CAPRIMULGIDAE )},
  author={Kin-Lan Han},
  year={2006}
}
  • Kin-Lan Han
  • Published 2006
  • Title of Document: MOLECULAR SYSTEMATICS OF NIGHTJARS AND NIGHTHAWKS (CAPRIMULGIDAE) Kin-Lan Han, M.S., 2006 Directed By: Dr. Michael J. Braun, Adjunct Professor, Behavior, Ecology, Evolution and Systematics Program Caprimulgidae, a cosmopolitan family of nocturnal or crepuscular insectivorous birds, comprises the subfamilies Caprimulginae (nightjars) and Chordeilinae (nighthawks). A phylogeny was reconstructed using cytochrome b, cmyc and growth hormone DNA sequences. Likelihood, parsimony and… CONTINUE READING

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