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phyletic

Saltos de línea: phy|let¦ic
Pronunciación: /fʌɪˈlɛtɪk
 
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Definición de phyletic en inglés:

adjetivo

Biology
Relating to or denoting the evolutionary development of a species or other group: phyletic gradualism
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • Thus, whereas the initial evolution of potential radial folds may have been allopatric, in this case there must have been substantial phyletic evolution following speciation that affected the global population.
  • Stanley's complaint is about the inadequacy of phyletic gradualism to account for the known facts of paleontology and the superiority of punctuated equilibria as an explanation for those facts.
  • Colored lines connect histidine kinase and response regulator proteins belonging to the same signaling pathway or species phyletic cluster.

Origen

late 19th century: from Greek phuletikos, from phuletēs 'tribesman', from phulē 'tribe'.

Derivados

phyletically

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adverbio
Example sentences
  • Conceptually, then, phyletically independent achievement of the mammalian configuration of the jaw and middle ear was accepted with little issue.
  • Approximately 1340 described marine gammaridean species are classified phyletically in the current CNAI list of amphipod crustaceans of North America.

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