By: RJ Pankhurst
160 pages, 42 line diagrams, 3 b/w photos
Computers are revolutionising taxonomic methodology and this book provides a timely introduction to their use in this field. The way in which computers can accommodate the two major classification methods (phenetic and cladistic) is described fully, as are database structure and organisation.
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