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All of these characteristics are not equally important for demarcating species in different viral genera and families, however.
In the April Geology, they compared how many genera appeared near rising mountains, as opposed to those located in geologically quiet regions.
But they discount that total number because it includes a group of 46 reef-building genera called rudists, which suffered much greater losses than other animals.
Using these figures and an estimate of how long each genus survived, Dodson projects that only about 1,000 dinosaur genera ever existed.
These include microbes of such genera as Bacteroides, Capnocytophaga, Fusobacterium, Actinobacillus and Treponema.
As recorded in many published phylogenic trees for oysters, the genus Crassostrea is monophyletic at a level of divergence comparable to the genera Ostrea, Saccostrea, and Striostrea.
Of these one species (Apterygothrips pellucidus Ananthakrishnan) from Tubulifera and 7 species (Chirothrips meridionalis Bagnall, Chaetanaphothrips orchidii Moulton, Megalurothrips usitatus Bagnall, Megalurothrips distalis Karny, Neohydatothrips samayunkur Kudo, Taeniothrips major Bagnall, Thrips trehernei Priesner) from Terebrantia and four genera (Apterygothrips, Chaetanaphothrips, Neohydatothrips , Taeniothrips) were first reports from Pakistan.
The family of freshwater fish Callanthiidae contains two genera, say Anderson, Johnson, and Baldwin: the genus Callanathias with seven species and the genus Grammatonotus with six nominal species.
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2], since partials can be nonzero only for genera with genus less than or equal to maximum genus and for every genus in this range there is only a constant number of different types of partials.
Age and sex were collected for all birds of the Amazona, Ara, Cacatua, Nymphicus, and Psittacus genera.
Some genera are considerably species rich with wide geographical distributions (Nunes et al.