MacClade Examples for Plants?

Bill Williams WEWilliams at smcm.edu
Tue Dec 7 13:21:52 EST 2004



Wow, that was *extremely* helpful! Thanks very much, Ron! I'll probably 
use Loconte, H. and D. W. Stevenson. 1990. Cladistics of the 
Spermatophyta. Brittonia 42: 197-211. [S252]  Entered 6/18/98. It's got 
just the combination I want: a reasonably small number of taxa at a 
high level, using morphological criteria.

-W2


On Dec 7, 2004, at 10:01 AM, Ron DECKERT wrote:

>
>
> The TreeBASE web site has hundreds of data sets and phylogenetic trees.
> You can combine data sets from different studies as well.  A very
> interesting site (http://www.treebase.org/treebase/)
>
> Ron
>
> Ron Deckert
> Asst. Professor
> Dept. of Botany
> Weber State University
> 2504 University Circle
> Ogden, UT 84408-2504
> (801) 626-7283
>

William E. Williams <mailto:WEWilliams at smcm.edu>
Professor of Biology
Saint Mary's College of Maryland
18952 E Fisher Rd, Saint Marys City, MD 20686
(240)895-4365


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