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  • adj. Of, relating to, or generated using cladistics.

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Examples

  • "I thought you were working on some kind of cladistic map.

    Asimov's Science Fiction

  • What is the difference between a taxonomy, cladistic analysis, and a nested hierarchy?

    A New Book

  • A cladistic analysis may be assumed for the purpose of testing.

    A New Book

  • Can you explain what "transformed cladistics" means, and why some cladists want to separate cladistic analysis from theoretical considerations?

    A New Book

  • We might use phylogeny to support a proposed cladistic classification, but a clade is * defined* as an organism and all its descendents.

    A New Book

  • You never answered this question: What is the difference between a taxonomy, cladistic analysis, and a nested hierarchy?

    A New Book

  • One can then genetic distances between various species to see whether the cladistic classification makes sense.

    A New Book

  • Zachriel: You never answered this question: What is the difference between a taxonomy, cladistic analysis, and a nested hierarchy?

    A New Book

  • We may assume a particular cladistic classification for the purposes of testing the entailed implications.

    A New Book

  • In cladistic terms, however, Archaeopteryx can be considered a stem group to the bird clade – it branched off from the bird lineage before the first member of that lineage resembled a true bird. (emphasis added)

    A Disclaimer for Behe?

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