The answer is found in the fact that this is the order of change in the phylogenetic series.
This denture is nothing else than a phylogenetic incident in the ontogeny of the whale.
The phylogenetic origin of the Phormocampida may be found in the Phormocyrtida.
In birds, the same bones are the phylogenetic derivatives of the limbs of reptiles.
The methods were not phylogenetic, as they have since become under the influence of evolutionary belief.
This species exhibits the progressive (ontogenetic as well as phylogenetic) development of Panartus amphiconus.
The nuclear processes during conjugation suggest the phylogenetic loss of a process of multiple fission into active gametes.
They have been shewn by Claus to be of some phylogenetic importance.
Modifications of pattern in the aortic arch system of birds and their phylogenetic significance.
The phylogenetic conclusions which follow from the above views remain to be dealt with.
phylogenetic phy·lo·ge·net·ic (fī'lō-jə-nět'ĭk)
Of or relating to phylogeny or phylogenetics.
Relating to or based on evolutionary development or history.
phylogeny phy·log·e·ny (fī-lŏj'ə-nē)
The evolutionary development and history of a species or higher taxonomic grouping of organisms. Also called phylogenesis.
The evolutionary development of an organ or other part of an organism.