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It will be noted that the phylogenetic order follows that of Grinnell rather than the one proposed herein.
The methods were not phylogenetic, as they have since become under the influence of evolutionary belief.
This distinction has a phylogenetic significance similar to the division between cœlenteria and cœlomaria in the animal kingdom.
THE WONDERS OF LIFEERNST HAECKEL
Still, I could only give the barest outlines in it of my chief object, the phylogenetic construction of a natural system.
Is it possible for embryology to recapitulate such a phylogenetic history more clearly than is here the case?
THE ORIGIN OF VERTEBRATESWALTER HOLBROOK GASKELL
By the further phylogenetic process of reduction the intermediate forms are suppressed.
He aptly says, that natural selection prunes the phylogenetic tree, but does not cause new branches to grow.
A phylogenetic plant system does not exist in fact, but only in figure.
A phylogenetic system of phanerogams is not to be hazarded in the roughest outline.
The medial migration of the thoracic artery appears to have some phylogenetic significance as yet not understood.

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