Definition of Biosystematics

1. Noun. Use of data (e.g. cytogenetic or biochemical) to assess taxonomic relations especially within an evolutionary framework.

Exact synonyms: Biosystematy
Generic synonyms: Systematics
Derivative terms: Biosystematic



Definition of Biosystematics

1. Noun. (biology taxonomy) taxonomy based upon statistical data of the evolution of organisms ¹

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Definition of Biosystematics

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Biosystematics

bioswales
biosyntheses
biosynthesis
biosynthesise
biosynthesised
biosynthesises
biosynthesising
biosynthesize
biosynthesized
biosynthesizes
biosynthesizing
biosynthetic
biosynthetically
biosystem
biosystematic
biosystematics (current term)
biosystematist
biosystematists
biosystematy
biosystems
biot
biot-savart law
biota
biotag
biotags
biotas
biotaxis
biotaxy
biotch
biotches

Literary usage of Biosystematics

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. Current Issues in Non-timber Forest Products Research: Proceedings of the by J. E. Michael Arnold, Manuel Ruiz Pérez (1996)
"biosystematics of tropical woody plants: a problem of rare species. In WF Grant (ed.), Plant biosystematics, pp. 497-517. Academic Press, New York. ..."

2. A Review of Dipterocarps: Taxonomy, Ecology and Siviculture by Simmathiri Appanah, Jennifer M. Turnbull (1998)
"biosystematics of tropical forest plants: a problem of rare species. ... Plant biosystematics, 497-518. Academic Press, Toronto. Ashton, PS 1988. ..."

3. Alternative Coca Reduction Strategies in the Andean Region (1994)
"Throughout the search and collection of natural enemies, sound biosystematics—the identification and classification of species and the reconstruction of ..."

4. Dwarf Mistletoes: Biology, Pathology, and Systematics by Frank G. Hawksworth, Delbert Wiens (1998)
"biosystematics of the Mexican and Central American white pines. In: Proceedings, symposium on white pine provenances and breeding; August 5-11, Montreal, ..."

5. Exploring the Borderlands: Documents of the Committee on Common Problems of by Joe Cain (2004)
"A good example is the biosystematics group in the San Francisco bay area, see recollections by Lidicker (2000) and historical studies by Smocovitis (1988) ..."

6. Science, Technology, and Innovation in Chile by James C. Mullin (2000)
"... of the physical sciences on other disciplines); - a bias against certain fields of research (geography, biosystematics, social and human sciences, ..."

7. Life After Logging: Reconciling Wildlife Conservation and Production by Erik Maijaard (2005)
"Currently Professor of Ecology and biosystematics. Research interests include the evolution, ecology, conservation and biodiversity of small vertebrates of ..."

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