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Hedberg1995Cladistics in taxonomic botany - master or servant?
Nelson1972Phylogenetic relationship and classification
Wills1997Cladistics of Homopholis
A. Anderberg, Tehler A.1990Consensus trees, a necessity in taxonomic practice
J. W. Archie1996Measures of Homoplasy
P. D. Ashlock1974The Uses of Cladistics
P. D. Ashlock1971Monophyly and associated terms
P. Ax1985Stem species and the stem lineage concept
A. Backland, Bremer K.1998To be or not to be: Principles of classification and monotypic plant families
A. Backlund, Bremer K.1998To be or not to be - principles of classification and monotypic plant families
D. Barker1996Ode to joy;a reply to the replies of Snow and Hedberg
N. P. Barker, H. Linder P.1995Polyphyly of Arundinoideae (Poaceae): Evidence from rbcL Sequence Data
D. A. Baum, Donoghue M. J.1995Choosing among alternative "phylogenetic" species concepts
N. David Bayon1998Cladistic Analysis of the Briza complex (Poaceae, Poeae)
R. H. Brady1985On the independence of systematics
K. Bremer1985Summary of green plant phylogeny and classification
K. Bremer, Wanntorp H. E.1978Phylogenetic systematics in botany
K. Bremer1983Angiosperms and phylogenetic systematics
D. R. Brooks, Wiley E. O.1985Theories and methods in different approaches to phylogenetic systematics
A. V. Z. Brower2000Evolution is not a necessary assumption of cladistics?
R. K. Brummitt1997Taxonomy versus cladonomy, a fundamental controversy in biological systematics
R. K. Brummitt1997Proposing the motion `that this house believes that Linnaean classification without parapyletic taxa is nonsensical': the theoretical case
R. K. Brummitt1996Quite happy with the present Code, Thank You
R. K. Brummitt, Sosef M. S. M.1998Paraphyletic taxa are inherent in Linnaean classification - a reply to Freudenstein
R. K. Brummitt1996In defence of paraphyletic taxa
W. R. Buck1986Traditional methods in taxonomy: a personal approbation
W. Burger, McNeill, J., Niklas, K., Thompson, W., Thorne, R., Stuessy, T., Meacham, C., Wiley, E., Duncan, T.1980Panel Discussion
J. H. Camin, Sokal R. R.1965A method for deducing branching sequences in phylogeny
C. S. Campbell1986Phylogenetic constructions and two new varieties in the Andropogon virginicus complex (Poaceae:Andropogoneae)
P. D. Cantino1999Review of Plant Systematics. A Phylogenetic Approach by Judd et al
J. M. Carpenter1987Cladistics of cladists
L. G. Clark, Zhang, W., Wendl, J. F.1995A phylogeny of the grass family (Poaceae) based on ndhF sequence data
H. T. Clifford1989Parallels between Gramineae and Cyperaceae
D. H. Colless1969The phylogenetic fallacy revisited
D. H. Colless1967The phylogenetic fallacy
E. A. K. Coombes, Donoghue, M. J., McGinley, R. J.1981Characters, Computers and Cladograms: A review of the Berkley Cladistic Workshop
J. Cracroft1974Phylogenetic models and classifications
M. D. Crisp, Chandler G. T.1996Paraphyletic species
M. D. Crisp, H. Linder, P., Weston, P. H.1995Cladistic biogeography of plants in Australia and New Guinea:congruent pattern reveals two endemic tropical tracks
A. Cronquist1987A Botanical Critique of Cladism
P. J. Jnr Darlington1970A practical critism of Hennig-Brunden "phylogenetic systematics" and Antarctic Biogeography
J. I. Davis1995A phylogenetic structure for the monocotyledons, as inferred from chloroplast DNA restriction site variation,mm and a comparison of measures of clade support
J. I. Davis, Frohlich, R. W., Soreng, R.1993Cladistic characters and cladogram stability
J. I. Davis1995Species concepts and phylogenetic analysis - introduction
J. I. Davis1993Character removal as a means for assessing stability of clades
M. J. Donoghue, Cantino P. D.1988Paraphyly, Ancestors and the Goals of Taxonomy: A Botanical Defense of Cladism
M. J. Donoghue, Cantino P. D.1984The Logic and Limitations of the Outgroup Substitution Approach to Cladistic Analysis
J. J. Doyle, Davis, J. I., Soreng, R., Garvin, D., Anderson, M.1992Chloroplast DNA inversions and the origin of the grass family Poaceae
Phillips, R. B.1984Considerations in formalizing a classification
T. Duncan1980Cladistics for the practising taxonomist - an eclectic view


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