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Phylogenetic Conservatism


As per available reports about 7 relevant journals, 9 Conferences, 17 workshops are presently dedicated exclusively to phylogenetic conservatism about 217 articles are being published on phylogenetic conservatism.

Phylogenetic conservatism is the tendency of species to retain their ancestral traits, resulting in closely related species being more ecologically similar than would be expected based on their phylogenetic relations. The occurrence of this phenomenon suggests that processes that prevent divergence are in operation in the lineage under consideration. This is different from phylogenetic signal, which is simply that species that are related phylogenetically tend to be ecologically similar.
Phylogenetic conservatism is now being used to explain latitudinal gradients in diversity, and other spatial patterns of species distributions. It is the tendency of lineages to retain their niche-related traits through speciation events. A recent surge in the availability of well-sampled molecular phylogenies has stimulated phylogenetic approaches to understanding ecological processes at large geographical scales and through macro evolutionary time. It is a pattern, not a process, and is found only in some traits and some lineages. A pattern of Phylogenetic conservatism can also be caused indirectly, as a by-product of other causes, such as extinction, dispersal limitation, competition and predation. Recognition of patterns can contribute to understanding macro evolutionary processes: for example, release from constraint in traits has been hypothesized to trigger adaptive radiations such as that of the angiosperms. Thus, Phylogenetic conservatism is a scientifically useful concept with applications to the practice of ecological research.

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Phylogenetic conservatism is now being used to explain latitudinal gradients in diversity, and other spatial patterns of species distributions. It is the tendency of lineages to retain their niche-related traits through speciation events. A recent surge in the availability of well-sampled molecular phylogenies has stimulated phylogenetic approaches to understanding ecological processes at large geographical scales and through macro evolutionary time. It is a pattern, not a process, and is found only in some traits and some lineages. A pattern of Phylogenetic conservatism can also be caused indirectly, as a by-product of other causes, such as extinction, dispersal limitation, competition and predation. Recognition of patterns can contribute to understanding macro evolutionary processes: for example, release from constraint in traits has been hypothesized to trigger adaptive radiations such as that of the angiosperms. Thus, Phylogenetic conservatism is a scientifically useful concept with applications to the practice of ecological research.
 

List of Best International Conferences:

  1. 4th Integrative Biology Conference, July 18-20, 2016, Berlin, Germany
  2. 5th Biodiversity Conference, March 10-12, 2016 Madrid, Spain
  3. Molecular Biology Conference, October 13-15, 2016, Dubai, UAE
  4. Molecular Genetics Conference, November 28-30, 2016, Chicago, USA
  5. 12th Biotechnology Congress, November 14-15, 2016, San Francisco, USA
  6. 11th Euro Biotechnology Congress, November 7-9, 2016, Alicante, Spain
  7. Human Genetics Congress, October 31- November 02, 2016, Valencia, Spain
  8. 2nd Synthetic Biology Conference, August 15-17, 2016 London, United Kingdom
  9. Computational Systems Biology Conference, August 22-23, 2016 Philadelphia, USA
  10. Bioinformatics 2016 Conference, March 29-30, 2016 Valencia, Spain
  11. Annual meeting of the ISCE, Iguazu Falls, Brazil
  12. Next Generation Sequencing & Bioinformatics Conference, Berlin, Germany
  13. Annual Danish Bioinformatics Conference, Odense, Denmark
  14. Computational Intelligence methods for Bioinformatics and Biostatistics, Naples, Italy
  15. Benelux Bioinformatics Conference, Antwerp, Belgium
  16. Evolution 2015, Guarujá, Brazil
  17. Gordon Research Conference: Molecular Mechanisms in Evolution, Easton, MA
  18. M2M Evolution, Las Vegas, Nevada
  19. Plant Genome Evolution 2015, Amsterdam, Netherlands
  20. HBES 2016, Vancouver, Canada.
  21. Annual International Conference on Ecology, Biodiversity and Environment, Bangkok, Thailand
  22. European Ecological Federation and Italian Society of Ecology’s Meeting, Rome, Italy
  23. Annual Meeting EICC, Edinburgh
  24. ESA's Annual Conference, Adelaide, South Australia
  25. ISCE 2015 Conference, Stockholm

Relevant Society and  Organization:

  1. The Royal Society London
  2. Ecological Society of America
  3. British Ecological Society
  4. Finnish Society for Acoustic Ecology

Company List:

  1. Lab7              
  2. GeneLogic (Ocimum Bio)                              
  3. Applied Exomics                    
  4. Desktop Genetics                    
  5. FIOS Genomics          
  6. Microsaic Systems                  
  7. MasterControl
  8. Gataca
  9. Incogen          
  10. Axio Research
  11. Cyrus Biotech
  12. Halo-Bio
  13. DNASTAR    
  14. Roche NimbleGen

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