Molecular Biology and Bacterial Phylogeny View Full Text


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DATE

1968

AUTHORS

J. De Ley

ABSTRACT

The present day microorganisms are the result of complex evolutionary processes. If these events were known, a three- or multidimensional phylogenetic tree could be constructed with time as one of the axes. Its transverse section with the plane of the present day moment would provide us with a phylogenetic classification. Bacterial classification is mainly built on morphological, physiological, and biochemical features. When many of these data are compared by numerical (or Adansonian) analysis, they provide a fair picture of the degree of relatedness of many bacteria. However, it is nearly impossible to project this picture back into the past because numerical taxonomy covers at most some 20 percent of the bacterial genome, and orthodox bacterial taxonomy covers even less. Furthermore, paleontological, embryological, and comparative anatomical data are lacking for bacteria. Therefore, the evolutionary tree of bacteria remains largely invisible, if one uses only phenotypic features. More... »

PAGES

103-156

Book

TITLE

Evolutionary Biology

ISBN

978-1-4684-8096-2
978-1-4684-8094-8

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http://scigraph.springernature.com/pub.10.1007/978-1-4684-8094-8_3

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http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/978-1-4684-8094-8_3

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