serological relationships of Carpodacus with the richmondenine-emberizine-thraupid assemblage.
The rabbit is a variable to be considered in serological tests.
At least one serological test is represented by each connecting bar in the model.
serological relationships of Spinus and Poephila with the richmondenines.
serological relationships of Poephila and Richmondena with the carduelines.
serological techniques involved the extraction of saline-soluble proteins from the tissues of the species to be studied.
The application of serological methods in ornithology has not been extensive.
The use of serological techniques in taxonomic work has two main advantages.
serological relationships of Richmondena, Spiza, and Molothrus.
The precipitin reaction is the most successful of the serological techniques thus far devised for systematic comparisons.
serology se·rol·o·gy (sĭ-rŏl'ə-jē)
The science that deals with the properties and reactions of serums, especially blood serum.
The characteristics of a disease or an organism shown by study of blood serums.