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1 Phylogeny Classification
18 Phylogeny Classification

2 Aquatic demes

3 Variations in morphology between populations of Cichlasoma minckleyi

4 Variations in morphology between populations of Cichlasoma minckleyi
papilliform morph

5 Variations in morphology between populations of Cichlasoma minckleyi
molariform morph

6 Clinal variation: isophene map of Coluber constrictor (racer)

7 Clinal variation: Coluber constrictor (racer)

8 Clinal variation: isophene map of Asclepias tuberosa (milkweed)

9 Clinal variation: Asclepias tuberosa (milkweed)

10 Altitudinal cline in height of the herb Achillea lanulosa

11 Two subspecies of Canada goose (Branta canadensis)

12 Discordant geographic variation in six characters of Coluber constrictor

13 Grand Canyon squirrels:

14 Model of geographic speciation

15 Mating seasons at Ithaca, New York, for five species of frogs

16 A male fiddler crab (Uca)

17 Scotch broom (Cytisum scoparius) pollination by a bumble bee

18 Evening primrose (Oenothera)

19 Speciation through a developmental mutation?

20 Sympatric speciation in treehoppers

21 Galapagos Islands…oceanic islands of Ecuador

22 Galapagos Islands

23 Model of speciation on the Galapagos Islands

24 Darwin’s finches

25 Beak Sizes of ground finches

26 A tool-using finch

27 Beak differences in Hawaiian honeycreepers

28 Competition and extinction in Paramecium

29 Gradualism vs Punctuated Equilibrium

30 Species from the Burgess shale: Polychaete worm and Chordate

31 Species from the Burgess shale: Arthropods

32 Species from the Burgess shale: Arthropods

33 Flower and fruits of apomictic organism: Taraxacum officinale
“Zygote” is from fusion of maternal haploids or from diploid

34 A phylogenetic tree for Darwin’s finches

35 Presumed evolution of horses:

36 Patterns of evolution

37 Marsupials are convergent with placentals of other continents:
Marsupial mouse: Sminthopsis dolichura

38 Marsupials are convergent with placentals of other continents:
Marsupial glider: Petauroides volans

39 Marsupials are convergent with placentals of other continents:
Marsupial tiger cat: Dasyurus maculatus

40 Marsupials are convergent with placentals of other continents:
Cuscus: Phalanger maculatus

41 Construction of evolutionary trees from phenetic data

42 An example of cladistic analysis

43 Cladistic analysis of the phylogeny of higher vertebrates

44 Alternative generic groupings for four related species

45 Measuring beak length

46 Measuring beak width

47 Measuring beak height

48 Beak depth of parents and offspring

49 Individuals with particular beak depths

50 Intrinsic isolating mechanisms

51 Classification Hierarchies

52 Classification of six species

53 Classification of six species


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