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par·a·phy·let·ic

 (păr′ə-fī-lĕt′ĭk)
adj.
Of or relating to a group of taxa that includes the common ancestor of all the members but not all descendants of that ancestor.

par′a·phy·let′i·cal·ly adv.
par′a·phy′ly (păr′ə-fī′lē, pə-răf′ə-lē) n.
Translations
paraphyletisch
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Phylogenetic analyses have determined that CPXV is composed of multiple paraphyletic clades: VACV-like clade; variola virus-like clade; and CPXV clades 1, 2, and 3 (4,7).
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Remarkably, the former family "Sabellidae" was found to be paraphyletic, necessitating the elevation of the sabellid subfamily Fabriciinae to full family rank (Kupriyanova and Rouse, 2008; Capa et al.
2010; Guillo, 2013), but the more recent studies with many sampled species and wide distribution have supported their assimilation, because Salicornia is nested within Sarcocornia, which means that Sarcocornia is a paraphyletic taxon (Steffen et al.
The genus Sinopodisma emerged as a highly paraphyletic group in which species did not appear closely related and nested in different clades.
2006) with a striking character of exuding milk is now split into two genera, Lactarius and Lactifluus and is paraphyletic.
Towards a new classification of the giant paraphyletic genus Cyperus (Cyperaceae): phylogenetic relationships and generic delimitation in C4 Cyperus.
Substantial morphological and molecular data have produced important evidence supporting the genus Rhipicephalus as paraphyletic to the genus Boophilus (MURRELL & BARKER, 2003; BARKER & MURRELL, 2004).
A fish is any member of a group of paraphyletic organisms that include non-tetrapod, aquatic animals, which present a cranium and most of the time, breathe through gills and which do not have members with digits.
2011), using complete sequences of cyt-b, recovered a paraphyletic Corrientes group that included C.