To reduce the speeding up rate of phylogenetic Species loss, numerous studies have explored for mechanisms that could describe why certain Species are at risk, whereas others are not. In particular, it has been confirmed that Species might be suffering from both external risk aspects as well as implicit scientific characteristics that could provide a Species more delicate to extinction; here, we focus on external aspects. Lately, the Worldwide Partnership for Preservation of Characteristics developed a new category of risk types, such as global warming, urbanization, contamination, farming and aquaculture, and harvesting/hunting. Many scientists believe the fact that a phylogenetic shrub of connections should be the main supporting of research in many areas of chemistry. Evaluations of place Species or gene series in a phylogenetic perspective can provide the most significant ideas into chemistry. This important understanding is now obvious to scientists in different areas, such as environment, molecular chemistry, and physiology.
Last date updated on May, 2014