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Tree of Life Structure
... life and ending at the tips in groups that cannot be further subdivided into distinct genetic lineages, e.g., Homo sapiens (humans). Categories of Tree of Life Pages The structural backbone of ... group of organisms that a leaf page is about is not further subdivided into independent genetic lineages or subgroups. ToL leaf pages are most often pages about individual species; however, leaf pages ...
tolweb.org

About Hydrothermal Vents
... habitats. Furthermore, since molecular phylogenetic evidence exists that the deepest of these thermophilic lineages inhabit iron and sulfidic-rich environments at deep-sea hydrothermal vents, they are ... the LExEn research program. In this interdisciplinary study these collaborators will integrate molecular genetic approaches with in situ geochemistry to study the diversity, ecology, and evolutionary ...
octopus.gma.org

Deep Green
... from only one lineage of algae, even though three other algal lineages made the transition from water to land. Commentary by UC Berkeley' ... strengthen the branches and root the tree more firmly in new genetic and fossil data. Science NOW 19 February 2001 7:00 PM ... three-part body of the insect, or in the "lettering" of the genetic code" Discover Magazine The year in science San Jose Mercury News ...
ucjeps.berkeley.edu

Tree of Life: Genetic Connections
... history of Mimi's genetic lineage, we would see a sequence of beach beetle lineages splitting in two and giving rise to new species. Once the genetic ties between two lineages are severed, they ... subsequent divergence of lineages has produced the Tree of Life, which has as its leaves the many species of organisms we see around us today (Figure 6). Figure 6: Genetic connections flowing ...
tolweb.org

Rearranging the Branches on a New Tree of Life
... right? Wrong. As part of an outpouring of research that is revolutionizing notions about the genetic, biochemical, structural and evolutionary relationships among living things, fungi like mushrooms have now been ... with stramenopiles that they have been lumped with them. All five of these kingdoms have lineages that trace back to different one-celled organisms. Among this grouping of kingdoms, the ...
ucjeps.berkeley.edu

The World of Gourds
... Vol. 13, 1993), squash domestication in the New World followed two major independent lineages of cultivars. Cucurbita pepo ssp. pepo, which comprises pumpkins, marrows, Mexican landraces, and ... the Eastern United States. Although several North American varieties of ssp. ovifera exist, genetic (isozyme) comparisons indicate that the wild progenitor was indeed the Ozark gourd (var. ozarkana ...
waynesword.palomar.edu

Brooklyn Botanic Garden: Columbines—Elegant Flowers Spurred to Greatness
... of speciation compared to their nearest relatives that don't have any? Hodges identified eight lineages of flowering plants that possess floral nectar spurs. He found that seven of these have ... when plant pollen was transferred, it went to another spurred columbine. This controlled transfer of genetic material eventually led to a breakaway from the main columbine group and the creation of ...
www.bbg.org

Graduate Study and Research - Department of Botany, UW-Madison
... of organization, from molecules, through cells and organs, to populations, communities, and lineages of organisms. The major areas emphasized are molecular biology, genetics, cellular and developmental ... and their interactions; development, anatomy, and morphology of plant tissues; and cellular, subcellular, genetic, and molecular mechanisms that affect all other levels. Faculty interests can be ...
www.botany.wisc.edu




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