Latest Phylogenetic tree Stories
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A biologist at the Imperial College London has created an interactive website that allows users to explore evolutionary history by clicking and zooming in on a virtual tree of life.
Scientists report new look at 'patterns in nature' in special issue of journal Ecology
National Science Foundation grants will bring together what's known about how species are related.
An international research team led by Brown University has amassed the largest evolutionary tree (phylogeny) for plants.
Computational biologists at the University of Pennsylvania say that species are still accumulating on Earth but at a slower rate than in the past.
A new "tree of life" has been constructed by researchers at the Virginia Bioinformatics Institute (VBI) at Virginia Tech for the gamma-proteobacteria, a large group of medically and scientifically important bacteria that includes Escherichia coli, Salmonella typhimurium, and other disease-causing organisms.
Flowering plants may be considerably older than previously thought, says a new analysis of the plant family tree.
With increasing species richness, due to more plant introductions than extinctions, plant communities of many European regions are becoming more homogeneous.
Detailed, accurate evolutionary trees that reveal the relatedness of living things can now be determined much faster and for thousands of species with a computing method developed by computer scientists and a biologist at The University of Texas at Austin.
- The horn of a unicorn considered as a medical or pharmacological ingredient.
- A winged horse with a single horn on its head; a winged unicorn.