- What is Phylogenetics?
Phylogenetics is the study of various groups of organisms that are related due to evolutionary processes. Phylogenetics assumes that each species is a group of a lineage connected set of individuals. In this branch of study, evolution is regarded as a branching kind of process where populations of organisms are changed over time and then may separate into other branches, come together or become extinct. Continue reading How Phylogeny is Represented in Phylogenetic Trees