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Answer / rupali
it is a older taxonomy based only on external morphological
characters where as omega taxonomy is a modern taxonomy and
based upon phylogenetic characters.
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Answer / pitambar t. humne
alpha taxonomy is solely based upon the morphological
characters while the omega taxonomy is based upon
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Answer / naresh
Alpha taxonomy simply just deals identification
Of plant on their morphological character or features ( including pioneer phase or systemetic phase)
omega taxonomy advance than alpha deals identification based on already existed data of various type of science like genetics ,anatomy etc and phylogenetic relations with other
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Answer / email@example.com
alpha - external morphology
visible thinges only
- molocular methodes -
it needs sophosticated
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Answer / dimpul
Omega taxonomy is from other branchesof biology like embryology, palynology, phytochemistry, serology etc.......
In addition to morphological characters & phylogenetical characters is called Omega taxonomy
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Answer / mathivanan palraj
William Bertram Turrill introduced the term "alpha taxonomy", which is based on morphological and physiological facts, and he believed that this accommodates all observational and experimental data relating to the constitution, subdivision, origin, and behavior of species and other taxonomic groups.
He mentioned about omega taxonomy as an ideal arrangement because there was no consensus among scientists then to include the exact criteria necessary to classify organisms.
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Answer / kevin ouma ogutu
ALPHA TAXONOMY IS BASED ON EXPLORATORY AND SYSTEMATIC PHASES WHERE EITHER MORE OR A FEW STUDIES ON HERBARIUM SPECIES IS CONDUCTED WHILE OMEGA TAXONOMY IS WHERE ALL THE POSSIBLE CHARACTERISTICS, DETAILED GENETICAL AND CYTOLOGICAL STUDIES ARE MADE.
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