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  • While I was there, I ordered some of their sourdough culture, which comes in 5g sachets, and gets you past the tricky bit of creating your starter (which is fraught with the risk of bad bacteria taking hold instead of the good ones you actually want).

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  • Thebest ispollock at 0. 5g, which is lessthan the blue mussel, whichweighs in at 0. 7g per 100g.

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  • In fact, the lizard weighs just 1. 5g, which is one third of the rock-dwelling lizard's weight and one-tenth of the gecko's.

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  • A new design is near production and apparently will weigh just 5g, meaning it could be fitted to even smaller birds.

    10,000 Birds

  • Hierarchy II represents the monophyletic grouping of terminal species (Fig. 3b), and this has been rotated and shifted to a new position (Fig. 5g), with shading added to highlight sister-groups.

    A New Book

  • It would then look like Figure 3a (Figure 5g) in Knox's paper.

    A New Book

  • More directly: if you look at Figure 5g, you will see a Venn diagram that groups organisms by relative recency of ancestry.

    A New Book

  • Knox explicity states that descent (well, ancestry) is the basis of Figure 3a (and it's equivalent, Figure 5g):

    A New Book

  • But if we build a hierarchy on the basis of relative recency of ancestry (Figure 3a, and Figure 5g) we do get a nested hierarchy.

    A New Book

  • If you look at Figure 5g, you will see a Venn diagram that groups organisms by relative recency of ancestry.

    A New Book

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