Did you maybe mean phylogenetic?
- phylo- + genetics (Wiktionary)
“Camp works in phylogenetics, which is the study of "the”
“She is "an evolutionary biologist who integrates molecular phylogenetics with advanced computational biostatistics to reconstruct the influences on population dynamics in a wide variety of organisms.”
“In the more advances courses, I think it is also important to emphasize molecular phylogenetics and developmental genetics as well.”
“Martin Brazeau has an excellent post on taphonomy at The Lancelet reporting a paper in which folks let poor innocent critters rot in order to ascertain which anatomical features are likely to be preserved and which are likely to be lost before fossilization, and the implications for interpreting fossils of ‘soft’ tissues for phylogenetics.”
“Hunter apparently has no idea that, in phylogenetics, it is trivial to test hypotheses like “there is no tree structure in the sequence data” or “these two phylogenies from two different genes agree/disagree with each other”, to quantify the amount of agreement/disagreement, etc.”
“Ecophylogenetics is a field of study that uses information about the evolutionary relationships among species (phylogenetics) to test hypotheses about how ecological communities are assembled and about the potential outcomes of species interactions.”
“This new genus is Pilbarascutigera and is described in the paper A new genus of scutigerid centipeds (Chilopoda) from Western Australia, with new characters for morphological phylogenetics of Scutigeromorpha by G.D. Edgecombe and L. Barrow within Zootaxa 1409: 23-50 (2007)”
“According to an article in Science this week, Microsoft has basically tried to patent phylogenetics, with their application, Clustering Phylogenetics Variation Pattern.”
“There may be no big Microsoft interest in patenting standard phylogenetics.”
“Next thing you know he will be trying to patent phylogenetics!”
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