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With intensity but with good humor, Smith kept our faithful secretaries, Hazel Santos, San Lineaweaver, and Virginia Smith, busy and sometimes bewildered, as he organized and reorganized (no computers then) the contributions of collaborating systematists.
Both biological systematists and philosophers of biology have proposed concepts that help us model and understand biological species independent of mechanisms of speciation.
we can clearly understand why analogical or adaptive character, although of the utmost importance to the welfare of the being, are almost valueless to the systematist.
Systematists use this structure to help assign names to lichens and to make identifications.
This policy paper urges systematists to discover, inventory, describe, and classify all existing organisms within the next 25 years.
We have not yet undertaken an integrated study of tropical legume communities and phylogenies for the Caribbean, but are beginning to form collaborations among legume systematists and ecologists to conduct such studies on the American mainland (e.
The mite systematists in SEL and other ARS researchers have focused on mite species that have invaded the United States from other countries.
Mites have many setae, sensory organs, mouth parts, and other body parts that are so complex that systematists have difficulty comparing or contrasting those of closely related species," says Ochoa.
Morphological characteristics, which rely on observable form and structure, have served systematists as the primary basis for classifying agriculturally important organisms for more than 200 years.
Systematists concerned with discovering, describing, classifying, and conserving botanical diversity use names as the main vehicle of communication.
It provides a way for systematists and others to talk about taxa.