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1335Concepts of systematic biology from Linnaeus to the present (1707-2007): Three hundred years of progressive change
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Concepts of Systematic Biology from Linnaeus to the Present (1707-2007): Three Hundred Years of Progressive ChangeStuessy, Tod F..Linnaeus
systematic biology
classification
1503"Nature" between Linnaeus and Darwin
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Concepts of Systematic Biology from Linnaeus to the Present (1707-2007): Three Hundred Years of Progressive ChangeStevens, P. F..homology
Analogy
Affinity
Chain of Being
1337Paradigms in systematic biology (1707-2007): Has anything really changed?
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Concepts of Systematic Biology from Linnaeus to the Present (1707-2007): Three Hundred Years of Progressive ChangeStuessy, Tod F..systematic biology
classification
paradigms
history
1363The Impact of Taxonomy upon Darwin, and of Darwin upon Taxonomy
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Concepts of Systematic Biology from Linnaeus to the Present (1707-2007): Three Hundred Years of Progressive ChangeWinsor, Mary P.history
History of botany
Darwin
Agassiz
typology
essentialism
hierarchy
category
1352The natural science of Linnaeus and its relationship to modern biology
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Concepts of Systematic Biology from Linnaeus to the Present (1707-2007): Three Hundred Years of Progressive ChangeReid, Gordon McGregor.
1403The Phenetic Revolution: A Natural Consequence?
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Concepts of Systematic Biology from Linnaeus to the Present (1707-2007): Three Hundred Years of Progressive ChangeJensen, Richard.Phenetics
Numerical taxonomy
Multivariate analysis
Cluster analysis
Linnean classification
Natural classification
2354Three centuries of paradigm changes in biological classification: is the end in sight?
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Concepts of Systematic Biology from Linnaeus to the Present (1707-2007): Three Hundred Years of Progressive ChangeMishler, Brent D..cladistics
phylogenetics
monophyly
PhyloCode

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