In biology, a species is one of the basic units of biological classification and a
taxonomic rank. A species is often defined as the largest group of organisms in ...
phylogenetic species concept (PSC) The concept of a species as an irreducible
group whose members are descended from a common ancestor and who all ...
Phylogenetic species recognition and species concepts in fungi. Fungal Genetics
and Biology 31, 000–000. The operational species concept, i.e., the one used ...
Feb 8, 2005 ... Material outlining biological, phylogenetic and evolutionary species concepts,
from the blog's first year.
www.economicgeography.org/faculty/dhibbett/Reprints PDFs/Taylor et al 2000 FGB.pdf
Index Descriptors: phylogenetic species concept; species recognition; biological
species concept; mor- phological species concept; evolutionary species con-.
Phylogenetic species concept: A species is an irreducible (basal) cluster of
organisms, diagnosably distinct from other such clusters, and within which there
is a ...
Early efforts at a phylogenetic species concept focused on correcting problems in
the Biological Species Concept associated with ancestral populations, then ...
The phenetic species concept can be thought of as an extension of the way
species are recognized in practice. Species, such as this golden eagle, are ...
The phylogenetic species concept is similar, but with a slight twist: it states that a
species is the smallest set of lineages or populations that can be recognized by ...
For many species (ones that vary in size and/or color over geography), ... The
phylogenetic species concept (PSC) says that diagnosable geographic forms of ...