Origin of phyletic
Examples from the Web for phyletic
The frogs in this phyletic line retained the moderate size of the prototype and did not develop additional dermal bone.Neotropical Hylid Frogs, Genus Smilisca|William E. Duellman
The communal or cenobitic soul (coenopsyche): second stage of phyletic psychogenesis.
The ontogeny of this species is obviously but a very incomplete representation of its phyletic development.
It belongs to the third phyletic group, and all the ocelli appear at a very early stage.
All explanations of the second form of incongruence from the point of view of a phyletic force464 can also be shown to be absurd.
British Dictionary definitions for phyletic
Word Origin for phyletic
Word Origin and History for phyletic
"racial, pertaining to race," 1873, probably coined in German from Greek phyletikos "of one's tribe," from phyletes "fellow tribesman," from phyle (see phylo-).