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Publication Date: 1992
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
Richard J. Pankhurst
The accurate identification of all kinds of plants & animals, their organization, & the theories proposed for their evolution are fundamental to the study of biology. Computers are revolutionizing taxonomic methodology, & this book provides a timely introduction to their use in this field. Simple methods are described, allowing those not familiar with computers to input, store, & organize biological information. The way in which computers can be used with the two major classification methods (phentic & cladistic) is described fully; database structure & organization are also explained clearly.Richard J. Pankhurst is the author of 'Practical Taxonomic Computing', published 1992 under ISBN 9780521417600 and ISBN 0521417600.
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