Top 10 similar words or synonyms for trichocoleopsis

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Ptilidium The genus "Ptilidium" is sister to the "Trichocoleopsis"-"Neotrichocolea" clade. This combined clade, in turn, attaches at the base of a large clade (2600 species) designated "Leafy II". That clade, together with "Leafy I" (another 1800 species) and "Pleurozia" constitute the Jungermanniales, as traditionally defined. "Ptilidium", "Neotrichocolea", and "Trichocoleopsis" thus sit at the base of the Jungermanniales, at a point where the two major groups of leafy liverworts diverge from each other.
Neotrichocoleaceae The diagram at left summarizes a portion of a 2006 cladistic analysis of liverworts based upon three chloroplast genes, one nuclear gene, and one mitochondrial gene. The genus "Trichocoleopsis" was not included in the original broad analysis, but it is the sister taxon of "Neotrichocolea" according to a more narrowly focussed study utilizing six chloroplast genes, two nuclear genes, and a mitochondrial gene.
Ptilidium The diagram at left summarizes a portion of a 2006 cladistic analysis of liverworts based upon three chloroplast genes, one nuclear gene, and one mitochondrial gene. The genus "Trichocoleopsis" was not included in the original broad analysis, but is the sister taxon of "Neotrichocolea" according to a more narrowly focussed study utilizing six chloroplast genes, two nuclear genes, and a mitochondrial gene.
Neotrichocoleaceae The genus "Ptilidium" is sister to the "Trichocoleopsis"-"Neotrichocolea" clade. The genus "Herzogianthus" is also believed to be related to this group, although it was not included in either molecular analysis. This combined clade, in turn, attaches at the base of a large clade (2600 species) designated "Leafy II". That clade, together with "Leafy I" (another 1800 species) and "Pleurozia" constitute the Jungermanniales, as traditionally defined.