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Chapter 2 Opener: How do we classify organisms?
2.1(1) The Tree of Life
2.1(2) The Tree of Life
2.1(3) The Tree of Life
2.2 Darwin’s representation of hypothetical phylogenetic relationships
2.5 A phylogeny of some groups of vertebrates
2.6(1) Two possible hypotheses for the phylogenetic relationships of whales
2.6(2) Two possible hypotheses for the phylogenetic relationships of whales
2.10 Relationships among major groups of vertebrates
2.7(1) Inferring a phylogeny by the method of maximum parsimony
2.7(2) Inferring a phylogeny by the method of maximum parsimony
2.7(3) Inferring a phylogeny by the method of maximum parsimony
2.8 Members of the primate superfamily Hominoidea
2.9 Evidence for phylogenetic relationships among primates, based on the -globin pseudogene
2.13 Base pair substitutions versus time since divergence
2.14 The relative rate test for constancy of the rate of molecular divergence
2.15 Proportion of base pairs in the DNA sequences that differ between pairs of vertebrate species
2.16(1) Genes that differ in rate of sequence evolution may differ in utility for phylogenetic analysis
2.16(2) Genes that differ in rate of sequence evolution may differ in utility for phylogenetic analysis
2.17 Rapid evolutionary radiation
2.18(1) Gene trees may or may not reflect the phylogeny of the species from which the genes are sampled
2.18(2) Gene trees may or may not reflect the phylogeny of the species from which the genes are sampled
2.18(3) Gene trees may or may not reflect the phylogeny of the species from which the genes are sampled
2.19 A genealogy of mitochondrial haplotypes in samples from 32 species of cichlid fishes
2.20 Hybridization and reticulate evolution
2.21 Phylogenies of some Old World monkeys and cats (Felidae)
In-Text Art, Ch 2, p. 34
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