Phylogenetics describes the taxonomical classification of organisms based on their evolutionary history i.e. their phylogeny. Phylogenetics is therefore an integral part of the science of systematics that aims to establish the phylogeny of organisms based on their characteristics. Furthermore, phylogenetics is central to evolutionary biology as a whole as it is the condensation of the overall paradigm of how life arose and developed on earth.
- The phylogenetic tree
- Modern usage of phylogenies
- Reconstructing phylogenies from molecular data
- Interpreting phylogenies
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