2 edition of Evolutionary history and speciation of the genus Tragopan found in the catalog.
Evolutionary history and speciation of the genus Tragopan
Written in English
|Statement||by Kamal Islam.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||81 leaves, bound :|
|Number of Pages||81|
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Graduate Thesis Or Dissertation Evolutionary history and speciation of the genus Tragopan Public Deposited. Analytics × Add to Although unlike other pheasant species the genera Tragopan and Ithaginis molt their tail feathers centrifugally, study results did not indicate that these two groups were closely related.
Cited by: 2. Tragopan is a bird genus in the family Phasianidae, which is commonly called "horned pheasant" because males have two brightly colored, fleshy horns on their head that can be erected during courtship habit of tragopans nesting in trees is unique among phasianids.
The scientific name refers to the horn, being a composite of tragos (billy goat) and the ribald half Class: Aves. Evolutionary history and speciation dynamics are difficult to compare directly between habitats and geographic regions because few groups of marine fishes span these entities.
Haemulids, however, provide such an opportunity and are therefore a choice system to evaluate the mechanisms that are responsible for generating differences between Cited by: Tragopans are commonly referred to the group of five pheasant species belonging to t h e g en u s T r ag o p an Cu v i e r 1 8 ).
The name 'Tragopan' was apparently derived from the Greek. Request PDF | Mitochondrial DNA Phylogeny and Speciation in the Tragopans | We sequenced mitochondrial DNA (mtDNA) from cytochrome b (cyt b) and the control region (CR) for all five extant species.
Evolutionary history and speciation dynamics are diffi-cult to compare directly between habitats and geographic regions because few groups of marine fishes span these entities.
Haemulids, however, provide such an opportunity and are therefore a choice system to evaluate the mechan-isms that are responsible for generating differences be-File Size: 2MB. Introduction. The study of speciation, like the study of many other dynamic historical processes, consists of assessing the status of fixed stages and placing them in a chronological series, so that a trajectory can be reconstructed (Lessios,Pigot et al., ).New advances in biogeographic reconstruction, including more complete molecular and geographic datasets, Cited by: 2.
This page was last edited on 3 Marchat Text is available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License; additional terms may using. I think this is my favorite book by Stephen Jay Gould, which is saying quite a bit. He goes through the history and philosophy of science in the attempts to understand the mechanisms of evolution, particularly the development (ontogeny) of an individual species, and the evolutionary "shrub" (phylogeny) and how the two are connected/5.
The hypothesis that much evolutionary change in genes and proteins has no effect on fitness and therefore is not influenced by Darwinian natural selection. Horizontal Gene Transfer The transfer of genes from one genome to another through mechanisms such as transposable elements, plasmid exchange, viral activity, and perhaps fusions of different.
This book presents the results of a study of the evolutionary history and classification of living birds based on comparisons of the DNAs (genetic material) of about species.
Sibley and Ahlquist's DNA-DNA hybridization technqiue is a biochemical method that measures the degree of genetic similarity between the DNAs of different species of other groups of organisms, but this book Reviews: 1.
български: Черноглав трагопан brezhoneg: Tragopan ar c'hornôg català: Tragopan occidental Cymraeg: Ffesant gorniog y Gorllewin Deutsch: Schwarzkopftragopan English: Western Tragopan Esperanto: Nigrakapa tragopano فارسی: قرقاول شاخدار غربی français: Tragopan de Hastings हिन्दी: जेवर (पक्षी).
Start studying Unit 2 Zoology: Evolution; history and evidence pg. Learn vocabulary, terms, and more with flashcards, games, and other study tools. The second step involves the use of estimates of phylogeny to gain insight into fundamental evolutionary processes, such as modes of speciation, the roles of natural selection and genetic drift in evolutionary change, and the ecological mechanisms that influence levels of biological diversity at global, continental, landscape, and community by: Despite living in the Neotropics for millions of years, the Sapayoa still recalls its Old World roots with its behaviours.
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Ontogeny and Phylogeny is a book published inin which the author Stephen J. Gould, who worked in the US, tells a history of the theory of recapitulation. A theory of recapitulation aims to explain the relationship between the embryonic development of an organism and the evolution of that organism's species ().Although there are several variations of recapitulationist theories.
Little is known about the patterns and correlates of mammal diversity gradients in Asia. In this study, we examine patterns of species distributions and phylogenetic diversity in Asia and investigate if the observed diversity patterns are associated with differences in diversification rates between the tropical and non-tropical regions.
We used species distribution maps and Cited by: 6. ABSTRACT. Cabot’s tragopan, Tragopan caboti, is a globally threatened pheasant endemic to southeast China.
The complete mitochondrial genome of Cabot’s tragopan was sequenced. The circular genome conta bp, encoding a standard set of 13 protein-coding genes, two ribosomal RNA genes, and 22 transfer RNA. Author information: (1)Zoology Department, Field Museum of Natural History, South Lake Shore Drive, Chicago, ILUSA.
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The evolutionary development and history of a species or trait of a species or of a higher taxonomic grouping of organisms: the Phylogeny - definition of phylogeny by The Free Dictionary A model or diagram delineating such an evolutionary history: a molecular phylogeny of the annelids.
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Safranb, Frederick H. Sheldonc, David W. Winklera,d, Irby J. Lovettea,d a Fuller Evolutionary Biology Program, Cornell Lab of Ornithology, Cornell University, Ithaca, NYUSA bDepartment of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology, University of Colorado, Boulder, CO.