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Phylogenetic Systematics,10.1146/annurev.en.10.010165.000525,Annual Review of Entomology,W Hennig

Phylogenetic Systematics   (Citations: 1011)
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Journal: Annual Review of Entomology - ANNU REV ENTOMOL , vol. 10, no. 1, pp. 97-116, 1965
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    • ...Lasalle et al, 2009)? Historians should assess why a strong acceleration of the rate of species discovery that existed prior to World War II did not resume following the war, in spite of investments in universities, advances in technology and obvious benefits to biology, and why phylogenetic systematics, successful by many measures, failed to perpetuate support for the formal descriptions and classifications for which it was conceived by Hennig (1966)...

    Q. D. Wheeleret al. Mapping the biosphere: exploring species to understand the origin, org...

    • ...Cladistics, a classification tool extensively used in biology (Hennig 1966, republished in 1999, Kitching et al...

    Hoda ElMaraghyet al. New dependency model and biological analogy for integrating product de...

    • ...From a genomic perspective, several recent papers have begun to reveal that the underlying genetic architecture of wing patterns in Heliconius is conserved between H. erato and H. melpomene (Joron et al. 2006; Papa et al. 2008; Baxter et al. 2010; Counterman et al. 2010), indicating that homologous genes have independently produced convergent phenotypes in different clades (an instance of homoiology, sensu Plate 1928; cf. Hennig 1966)...
    • ...They describe this pattern as a ‘‘magic trait’’ (Gavrilets, 2004): a feature that promotes speciation by both causing assortative mating and experiencing divergent natural selection in a polymorphic population...

    Andrew V. Z. Brower. Hybrid speciation in Heliconius butterflies? A review and critique of ...

    • ...Together with related terms (polyphyly and paraphyly), phylogenetic concepts have been in use for many years (Hennig 1966; Mayr 1991)...
    • ...A common criterion used for defining phylogenetic concepts is descent closure (Hennig 1966; Nelson 1971; Farris 1974; Ridley 2003; Barton et al. 2007)—a fixedpointideathatanydescendantofagroupmemberiscontainedinthegroup.ForHennig (1966),Nelson(1971) andFarris(1974), this is central to defining monophyly...
    • ...The terms‘monophyly’, ‘polyphyly’, and ‘paraphyly’ have long been used todescribe the evolutionary relatedness of groups of organisms (Hennig 1966; Ashlock 1971; Farris 1974; Mayr and Bock 2002)...
    • ...especially in a genealogical context, can be obtained from Hennig (1966)...
    • ...The literature (Hennig 1966; Ashlock 1971; Farris 1974; Meacham and Duncan 1987; Ridley 2003; Barton et al. 2007) is silent on whether a polyphyletic group contains all descendants...

    Rex Bing Hung Kwoket al. Phylogeny, genealogy and the Linnaean hierarchy: a logical analysis

    • ...According to the Hennigian principles of phylogenetic systematics, sister taxa should bear equal taxonomic rank (Hennig 1966)...

    Maxim V. Vinarskiet al. The taxonomic status and phylogenetic relationships of the genus Aenig...

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