Browse by Subject "phylogenetics"

  • Catanach, Therese (2014-01-16)
    Grasslands cover a significant portion of the Earth’s terrestrial surface, yet we know little about the historical biogeography of grassland-restricted lineages. Previous work on the biogeography of grassland taxa has ...

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  • Tal, Guy (2015-07-24)
    Protein domains are three-dimensional arrangements of atomic structure that are recurrent in the proteomes of organisms. Since the three-dimensional structure of a protein determines its function, it is the fold, much more ...

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  • Duennes, Michelle A (2015-11-30)
    Bumble bee research has a rich history that spans more than three centuries. The distributions and the vibrant color patterns of nearly all species of bumble bees are well mapped and described. In addition, the natural ...

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  • Caetano-Anolles, Gustavo; Sun, Feng-Jie; Wang, Minglei; Yafremava, Liudmila S.; Harish, Ajith; Kim, Hee Shin; Knudsen, Vegeir; Caetano-Anolles, Derek; Mittenthal, Jay E. (Frontiers in Bioscience, 2008-05-01)
    The survey of components in living systems at different levels of organization enables an evolutionary exploration of patterns and processes in macromolecules, networks, and genomic repertoires. Here we discuss how ...

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