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Convergent evolution. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia (Redirected from Homoplasy) ... ancestry which is the result of convergent evolution, is called homoplasy. ...
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Definition of homoplasy from the Merriam-Webster Online Dictionary with audio pronunciations, thesaurus, Word of the Day, and word games.
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A homoplasy is a character shared by a set of species but not present in their common ancestor. ... above definition of homoplasy is its technical definition ...
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Information about homoplasy in the free online English dictionary and ... The initial unweighted analysis showed considerable homoplasy within the dataset. ...
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What is homoplasy? Meaning of homoplasy medical term. What does homoplasy mean? ... homoplasy. Homopolar disc dynamo. Homopolar disk dynamo. Homopolar ...
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In the response to a recent post a commenter asks what ââ"¬Å"homologousââ"¬Â means and whether similarity is the same as homology.Ã"Â
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convergence n. The act, condition, quality, or fact of converging. Mathematics. ... ancestry which is the result of convergent evolution, is called homoplasy. ...
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The relationship between homoplasy and confidence in a phylogenetic tree. In Homoplasy and the Evolutionary Process, pp. 67-89, M. J. Sanderson and L. Hufford (eds. ...
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Abstract.- We evaluated the potential effects of homoplasy, ancestral polymorphism, and hybridization as obstacles to resolving phylogenetic relationships within ...
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The level of homoplasy observed here appears to be low enough to justify the ... show that taking homoplasy into account only ... Homoplasy: parallel changes ...
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Alternatively, a high level of homoplasy could be explained by the existence of ... Alternatively, homoplasy can be generated by convergence due to multiple ...
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the likelihood of homoplasy occurring in any trait system, we also found no ... oretical or empirical grounds is behavioral homoplasy more ...
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Several empirical approaches have been used to estimate levels of homoplasy in AFLP data sets. ... This suggests that homoplasy may produce biases in the ...
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relating homoplasy to the rate of character change and the number of evolvable ... necting homoplasy and development, and to. formulate a simple model relating ...
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Lankester introduced the term homoplasy to designate ... Homoplasy is thus. broader than analogy, because the similarity can come ...
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The level of homoplasy observed here appears to be low enough to justify the ... show that taking homoplasy into account only ... Homoplasy: parallel changes ...
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models either explicitly or implicitly have assumed that no homoplasy ... ferring evolution under both homoplasy and borrowing in Section 4. ...
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