Regions with a significant signal of recombination were excluded, as were highly homoplastic
sites (as inferred in PAUP 4.
6,7) Studies have found a genetic predisposition to ototoxicity that involves a homoplastic
A1555G point mutation on 12s rRNA in mitochondrial DNA, with maternal inheritance in Asian descents responsible.
We agree because, although homoplastic
within Eupolypods II, the character states exhibited by Cystoathyrium occur more frequently in Cystopteridaceae than in Athyriaceae.
The likely homoplastic
occurrence of epidermal silica bodies across commelinids indicates that bundle-sheath silica is the plesiomorphic condition.
Nwokoye C O, Nwuba L A and J E Eyo Induced propagation of African clariidae catfish, (Heterobranchus bidorsalis) using synthetic and homoplastic
He regarded Asyndetus as being closer related to Diaphorus, while Cryptophleps and Phasmaphleps as belonging to the same lineage of Chrysotus, assuming that modifications in wing venation resulted from homoplastic
collecting ducts that communicate individually with the cranial portion of the cloaca), a condition that could be considered homoplastic
in the context of our current understanding of salamander phylogeny.
Two unique derived characters included in the analysis are shared by both species of Aleixus, one non-homoplastic
and one homoplastic
That distinct pattern of geographical distribution is important because, according to Sass & Specht (2010), the apparently homoplastic
morphological characters used to assign species to genera or subgenera may be useful taxonomically when geography is also taken into account.