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n. (used with a sing. verb)
The statistical analysis of data obtained from genetic, biochemical, and other studies to assess the taxonomic relationships of organisms or populations, especially within an evolutionary framework.

bi′o·sys′tem·at′ic adj.
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relating to biosystematics
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Adj.1.biosystematic - of or relating to biosystematics
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Biosystematic studies on Brassicaceae (Cruciferae) in Egypt.
A biosystematic and evolutionary study of Capsicum baccatum (Solanaceae).
Australasian Chalcidoidea (Hymenoptera): A biosystematic revision of genera of fourteen fami lies, with a reclassification of species.
Biosystematic survey of pteridophytes from Shevaroy Hills, south India.
Biosystematic studies of Ceylonese wasps, VIII: a monograph of the Philanthidae (Hymenoptera: Sphecoidea).