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evolutionary systematicsevolutionäre Systematik (ger.)

  • Systematics based on phylogenetic analyses.

    the nominalistic aspect in modem evolutionary systematics (H. J. Maresquelle)

    Bloch, R. (1955). [Rev. CNRS (ed.) (1952). Évolution et phylogénie chez les végétaux]. Quart. Rev. Biol. 30, 60.


    There is one criterion of relationship that has a unique status in evolutionary systematics: the existence of transitional forms between groups.

    Simpson, G.G. (1959). Anatomy and morphology: classification and evolution: 1859 and 1959. Proc. Amer. Philos. Soc. 103, 286-306: 298.

    Organisms are classified and ranked, according to [evolutionary systematics], on the basis of two sets of factors, 1. phylogenetic branching (›recency of common descent‹, retrospectively defined), and 2. amount and nature of evolutionary change between branching points
    Mayr, E. (1974). Cladistic analysis or cladistic classification? Z. zool. Syst. Evolutionsforsch. 12, 94-128: 95.
    [Ziel der Evolutionären Systematik ist] eine Klassifikation zu erarbeiten, die Abstammung und Ähnlichkeit gleichermaßen berücksichtigt
    Mayr, E. (1990). Die drei Schulen der Systematik. Verh. Deutsch. Zool. Ges. 83, 253-276: 274.