By: Paul Kenrick and Peter R Crane
441 pages, 19 b/w photos, 142 illus, tabs
The first comprehensive application of cladistics - a system of defining taxa by shared characteristics to infer evolutionary relationships - to the massive body of data on both living and fossil plants, this book clarifies phylogenetic patterns within and among basal groups of land plants.
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