By Barrie G. M. Jamieson
Features of replica lined during this quantity contain category and phylogeny as published via molecular biology; anatomy of the male reproductive tract and organs; anatomy and evolution of copulatory constructions; improvement and anatomy of the feminine reproductive tract; endocrinology of copy; ovarian dynamics and follicle improvement; spermatogenesis and testicular cycles; avian spermatozoa: constitution and phylogeny; testis measurement, sperm measurement and sperm festival and finally, fertilization.
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A third clade includes the families Megaluridae (grassbirds) and Acrocephalidae (acrocephaline warblers) plus the monotypic Donacobius, once considered a troglodytid (Barker 2004; Alström et al. 2006). The final clade consists of a number of families: Hirundinidae (swallows), Pycnonotidae (bulbuls), Phylloscopidae (leaf warblers), Cettiidae (bush warblers), and Aegithalidae (long-tailed tits), plus the genus Hylia (Alström et al. 2006), and the last three form a subclade (Beresford et al. 2005).
What that means for this review is that any summary of relationships will be difficult, as the species assigned to families and superfamilies are in flux, and new surprises are expected as more species are sampled. Further, it becomes even more important to consider the exact nature of the taxon sampling in any given study and its comparability to sampling in other studies. I will attempt only an impressionistic summary tree of higher taxa (Figs. 4), for whose suggested species membership the reader must consult the references provided.
2002, 2004; Beresford et al. 2005). Regulidae (kinglets) and Hyliota are closer to other Passerida than the previous two families, but cannot so far be linked to any of the superfamilies (Barker et al. 2002, 2004; Ericson and Johansson 2003; Beresford et al. 2005; Fuchs et al. 2006). 2 Sylvioidea The most difficult problem in establishing sylvioid monophyly has been the inclusion of Paridae (titmice) and its relatives within the superfamily. Though no study has supported that conclusion strongly, several have supported it and none have strongly contradicted it (Sheldon and Gill 1996; Barker et al.
Reproductive Biology and Phylogeny of Birds: Phylogeny, Morphology, Hormones, Fertilization (Reproductive Biology and Phylogeny, Vol 6A) by Barrie G. M. Jamieson