evolutionary classification

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evolutionary classification

evolutionary classification

evolutionary classification

An Evolutionary Classification of Genomic Function

Protein structure database search and evolutionary classification

ORI-GENE: gene classification based on the evolutionary tree

A Comprehensive Classification and Evolutionary Analysis of Plant Homeobox Genes

STRUCLA: a WWW meta-server for protein structure comparison and evolutionary classification

Phylogeny, evolutionary trends and classification of the Spathelia–Ptaeroxylon clade: morphological and molecular insights

Structural and evolutionary classification of G/U wobble basepairs in the ribosome

Advancing Evolutionary Explanations in Economics: The Limited Usefulness of Tinbergen's Four‐Question Classification

The RNase H-like superfamily: new members, comparative structural analysis and evolutionary classification

A fully automatic evolutionary classification of protein folds: Dali Domain Dictionary version 3

DNA polymerase β-like nucleotidyltransferase superfamily: Identification of three new families, classification and evolutionary history

Structural and evolutionary classification of Type II restriction enzymes based on theoretical and experimental analyses

Assessment of evolutionary status of eclipsing binaries using light-curve parameters and spectral classification

PFRES: protein fold classification by using evolutionary information and predicted secondary structure

Detection of novel members, structure–function analysis and evolutionary classification of the 2H phosphoesterase superfamily


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A classification of organisms that is based on levels of evolutionary advancement or development.

Subjects: Environmental Science.

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