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A. Anderberg, Tehler A.1990Consensus trees, a necessity in taxonomic practice
P. Ax1985Stem species and the stem lineage concept
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
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?
J. M. Carpenter1987Cladistics of cladists
J. I. Davis1993Character removal as a means for assessing stability of clades
J. S. Farris1989The retention and the rescaled consistency index
J. S. Farris1985The pattern of cladistics
S. J. Farris1985On the boundaries of phylogenetic systematics
J. S. Farris, Platnick N. I.1989Lord of the Flies: The Systematist as Study Animal
D. R. Frost, Kluge A. G.1995A consideration of epistemology in systematic biology, with special reference to species
P. A. Goloboff1993Estimating character weights during tree search
C. R. Hill, Camus J. M.1986Pattern cladistics or evolutionary cladistics
C. Humphries1995Biodiversity and Phylogeny. XIII Internatinal Meeting of the Willi Hennig Society, Copenhagen 1994
C. J. Humphries, Camus J.1986Contemporary issues in sytematics
A. G. Kluge1985Ontogeny and phylogenetic systems
H. P. Linder, Crisp M. D.1995Nothofagus and Pacific Biogeography
D. L. Lipscomb1992Parsimony, homolgy and the analysis of multistate characters
D. L. Lipscomb1985The eukaryotic kingdoms
M. M. Miyamoto1985Consensus cladograms and general classifications
O. Morrone2012Phylogeny of the Paniceae (Poaceae: Panicoideae): integrating plastid DNA sequences and morphology into a new classification
G. Nelson1992Why, after all, must it?
G. Nelson1989Cladistics and evolutionary models
G. Nelson1985Outgroups and ontogeny
K. C. Nixon, Carpenter J. C.1993On Outgroups
K. C. Nixon, Carpenter J. M.1996On concensus, collapsibility, and clade concordance
K. C. Nixon, Davis J. I.1993Polymorphic taxa, missing values and cladistic analysis
K. C. Nixon, Davis J. I.1992Polymorphic taxa, missing values and cladistic analysis
K. C. Nixon, Wheeler Q. D.1990An amplification of the phylogenetic species concept
R. A. Pimental, Riggins R.1987The nature of cladistic data
N. I. Platnick1988Systematics, evolution and biogeography: A Dutch treat
N. I. Platnick1987An empirical comparison of microcomputer parsimony programs
N. I. Platnick1986On justifying cladistics
N. I. Platnick1986Taxonomic methods and evolutionary cladistics
K. de Queiroz, Donoghue M. J.1988Phylogenetic systematics and the species problem
K. de Queiroz, Donoghue M. J.1990Phylogenetic systematics or Nelson's version of cladistics?
K. de Queiroz, Donoghue M. J.1990Phylogenetic systematics and species revisited
R. J. Raven1985Symposium on cladistics, systematics, and phylogeny:the first for Australia
O. A. Saether1986The myth of objectivity - post-Hennigian deviations
M. J. Sanderson1989Confidence Limits on Phylogenies:the bootstrap revisited
E. Sober1986Parsimony and character weighting
K. Thiele1993The Holy Grail of the perfect character: the cladistic treatment of morphometric data
K. Thiele, Ladiges P. Y.1988A cladistic analysis of Angophora Cav. (Myrtaceae)
P. Vrana, Wheeler W.1992Individual Organisms as Terminal Entities: Laying the Species Problem to Rest
Q. D. Wheeler1990Ontogeny and character phylogeny
Q. D. Wheeler, Nixon K. C.1990Another way of looking at the species problem: a reply to de Queiroz and Donaghue
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