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Barraclade
Barraclade Bar"ra*clade, n. [D. baar, OD. baer, naked, bare + kleed garment, i. e., cloth undressed or without nap.] A home-made woolen blanket without nap. [Local, New York] --Bartlett.

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- A clade (from Ancient Gr****: κλάδος, klados, "branch"), also known as monophyletic group, is a group of organisms that consists of a common ancestor and...
- Each node in the tree corresponds to a clade; i.e., clade C may be described as basal within a larger clade D if its root is directly linked to the root...
- Clade X was a 2018 pandemic modelling exercise by Johns Hopkins University's Center for Health Security, named after the hypothetical infective agent...
- Gnathifera (from the Gr**** gnáthos, “jaw”, and the Latin -fera, “bearing”) is a clade of generally small spiralians characterized by complex jaws made of chitin...
- as "not hominins" (or "non-hominin hominids"). This cladogram shows the clade of superfamily Hominoidea and its descendent clades, focussed on the division...
- The BOP clade (sometimes BEP clade) is one of two major lineages (or clades) of undefined taxonomic rank in the gr****es (Poaceae), containing more than...
- monophyletic group, the clade AB. The sister group to clade AB is taxon C, and conversely, the sister group to taxon C is clade AB. The whole clade ABC is itself...
- decision. The inclusion of familiaris and dingo under a "domestic dog" clade has been noted by other mammalogists. This cl****ification by Wozencraft...
- Clade is a phylogenetic group. Clade may also refer to: Clade (novel), 2003 science fiction novel by Mark Budz Emil Clade, Luftwaffe flying ace in World...
- B, and C. Two subclades have been identified, D (a sister clade of A) and E (a sister clade of C). head and body: worldwide found in ancient Roman Judea...
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