clade

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  • Its sister was a very large clade containing the rest of the order.
  • Some studies have supported a clade of these two families, others have not.
  • This means that their relationship to other members of the clade is not known.
  • The remaining species form a well-supported clade, which in turn can be divided into smaller groups.
  • This large genus may be further divided into three major clades.
  • There are two recognized sub-clades, although one is much more important than the other.
  • This group appears to be the sister clade to the African species.
  • Passeriformes is a clade that includes more than half of all bird species.
  • Results seem to show the members of Syrphini fall into several smaller groups or clades.
  • A more detailed analysis of the true horses grouped them into two major clades.
  • The three groups are not believed to form a clade.
  • The large genus is divided into several clades, some of which are further divided into subclades.
  • A small number of nodoviruses seem to lie outside either of these clades.
  • These species may lie in different phylogenetic clades but this is not yet known.
  • Longistyles apparently is not, as its members fall into three widely separated clades.
  • The species studied divide into the two clades as shown below.
  • These three appear to form one of the main clades of terebellids.
  • Within the genus a number of clades have been identified.
  • The number of species in the clade is low compared to the number in most other plant phyla.
  • Many others still use the term race, but use it to mean a population, clade, or haplogroup.
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Meaning of clade

  • noun A group of biological taxa or species that share features inherited from a common ancestor