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    Morphology, geographic distribution, and host preferences are poor predictors of phylogenetic relatedness in the mistletoe genus Viscum L.

    Maul, Karola / Krug, Michael / Nickrent, Daniel L. et al. | British Library Online Contents | 2019
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    Mitogenomic evidence of close relationships between New Zealand's extinct giant raptors and small-sized Australian sister-taxa

    Knapp, Michael / Thomas, Jessica E. / Haile, James et al. | British Library Online Contents | 2019
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    Multiple new species: Cryptic diversity in the widespread mite species Cymbaeremaeus cymba (Oribatida, Cymbaeremaeidae)

    Schäffer, Sylvia / Kerschbaumer, Michaela / Koblmüller, Stephan | British Library Online Contents | 2019
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    Evolutionary history of the Pasque-flowers (Pulsatilla, Ranunculaceae): Molecular phylogenetics, systematics and rDNA evolution

    Sramkó, Gábor / Laczkó, Levente / Volkova, Polina A. et al. | British Library Online Contents | 2019
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    Putting keyhole limpets on the map: phylogeny and biogeography of the globally distributed marine family Fissurellidae (Vetigastropoda, Mollusca)

    Cunha, Tauana Junqueira / Lemer, Sarah / Bouchet, Philippe et al. | British Library Online Contents | 2019
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    Phylogenomic conflict resulting from ancient introgression following species diversification in Stewartia s.l. (Theaceae)

    Lin, Han-Yang / Hao, Ya-Jun / Li, Jian-Hua et al. | British Library Online Contents | 2019
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    Evolutionary and ecological patterns within the South African Bathyergidae: Implications for taxonomy

    Visser, Jacobus H. / Bennett, Nigel C. / Jansen van Vuuren, Bettine | British Library Online Contents | 2019
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    Phenotypic and life-history diversification in Amazonian frogs despite past introgressions

    Fouquet, Antoine / Ferrier, Berengère / Salmona, Jordi et al. | British Library Online Contents | 2019
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    Multi-allele species reconstruction using ASTRAL

    Rabiee, Maryam / Sayyari, Erfan / Mirarab, Siavash | British Library Online Contents | 2019
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    The phylogenetic placement of the enigmatic Indian Cormorant, Phalacrocorax fuscicollis (Phalacrocoracidae)

    Kennedy, Martyn / Seneviratne, Sampath S. / Rawlence, Nicolas J. et al. | British Library Online Contents | 2019
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    Editorial Board

    British Library Online Contents | 2019
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    Antioxidant activity and phycoremediation ability of four cyanobacterial isolates obtained from a stressed aquatic system

    Badr, Omnia A.M. / EL-Shawaf, Ibrahim I.S. / El-Garhy, Hoda A.S. et al. | British Library Online Contents | 2019
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    Bayesian phylogenetic analysis of the influenza-A virus genomes isolated in Tunisia, and determination of potential recombination events

    Soli, Rima / Kaabi, Belhassen / Barhoumi, Mourad et al. | British Library Online Contents | 2019
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    Genetic structure, phylogeography, and migration routes of Bouteloua gracilis (Kunth) Lag. ex Griffiths (Poaceae:Chloridoideae)

    Avendaño-González, Marcela / Morales-Domínguez, José Francisco / Siqueiros-Delgado, María Elena | British Library Online Contents | 2019
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    Cryptic diversity and dynamic chromosome evolution in Alpine scorpions (Euscorpiidae: Euscorpius)

    Štundlová, Jana / Šmíd, Jiří / Nguyen, Petr et al. | British Library Online Contents | 2019
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    Reconstructing evolution at the community level: A case study on Mediterranean amphibians

    Ehl, Sarah / Vences, Miguel / Veith, Michael | British Library Online Contents | 2019
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    New lineages and old species: Lineage diversity and regional distribution of Moina (Crustacea: Cladocera) in China

    Ni, Yijun / Ma, Xiaolin / Hu, Wei et al. | British Library Online Contents | 2019
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    Cetartiodactyla: Updating a time-calibrated molecular phylogeny

    Zurano, Juan P. / Magalhães, Felipe M. / Asato, Ana E. et al. | British Library Online Contents | 2019

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