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sister groups

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sister groups

Partial Dosage Compensation in Strepsiptera, a Sister Group of Beetles

Interpreting Sister-Group Tests of Key Innovation Hypotheses

Archaea sister group of Bacteria? Indications from tree reconstruction artifacts in ancient phylogenies.

Phylogenetic analyses of mitochondrial DNA suggest a sister group relationship between Xenarthra (Edentata) and Ferungulates.

Phylogenomic Data Analyses Provide Evidence that Xenarthra and Afrotheria Are Sister Groups

Testing Hypotheses about the Sister Group of the Passeriformes Using an Independent 30-Locus Data Set

Multiple recombination pathways for sister chromatid exchange in Saccharomyces cerevisiae: role of RAD1 and the RAD52 epistasis group genes

Microanatomy of shelled Koloonella cf. minutissima (Laseron, 1951) (Gastropoda: ‘lower’ Heterobranchia: Murchisonellidae) does not contradict a sister-group relationship with enigmatic Rhodopemorpha slugs

The Platypus Is in Its Place: Nuclear Genes and Indels Confirm the Sister Group Relation of Monotremes and Therians

Ancestors of Trans-Splicing Mitochondrial Introns Support Serial Sister Group Relationships of Hornworts and Mosses with Vascular Plants

Sister Group Relationship of Turtles to the Bird-Crocodilian Clade Revealed by Nuclear DNA–Coded Proteins

The Complete Mitochondrial DNA Sequence of the Green Alga Pseudendoclonium akinetum (Ulvophyceae) Highlights Distinctive Evolutionary Trends in the Chlorophyta and Suggests a Sister-Group Relationship Between the Ulvophyceae and Chlorophyceae


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The twin products of cladogenesis which, under the rules of phylogenetic systematics, must be classified at the same rank taxonomically (i.e. the two daughter lineages that result from the splitting of a single parent species).

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