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Systematic Biology

Parent institute: Uppsala University; Department of Organismal Biology, more

Evolutionary Biology Centre
Norbyvägen 18A
75236 Uppsala
Level: Department

Systematics is one of the oldest disciplines at Uppsala University, following a long tradition that began with Linnaeus and continues to the present. The Systematic Biology program combines the former Systematic Botany and Zoology departments into a single group studying a wide range of topics from alpha-taxonomy to the deepest branches in the tree of life. A combination of traditional and modern techniques are used to study the important topics in modern systematics including taxonomy, molecular evolution, bioinformatics, ethnobotany, conservation and phylogenetic methods.

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