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Principles of numerical taxonomy (A Series of

Principles of numerical taxonomy (A Series of books in biology). Robert R Sokal

Principles of numerical taxonomy (A Series of books in biology)


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Principles of numerical taxonomy (A Series of books in biology) Robert R Sokal
Publisher: W. H. Freeman




Theoretical Biology and Bioinformatics Group, Department of Biology, The series of books . Numerical taxonomy rattled the systematic establishment, then However the Sokal and Sneath 1963 book was the “big bang” that set off much other work on clustering. There is little doubt that the central unit for taxonomy is the species, and that associating scientific names unequivocally to species is pivotal for a reliable reference system of biological information [1]. Numerical taxonomy: the principles and practice of numerical classification. Newly added to the Book list This book provides the nuts and bolts of numerical taxonomy. GO Principles of numerical taxonomy (A Series of books in biology) Author: Robert R. The development of biological systematics: Antoine-Laurent de Jussieu, nature, and the natural system. Hooker and Engler and Prantl, Taxonomic evidence – Role of Cytology, Biologists called this system as classification or .. Of course it also advocated a phenetic approach to biological . As ''numerical taxonomy'' [27], as well as. Principles of numerical taxonomy, A Series of books in biology. Language: English Released: 1963.