Tree of Life Web Project
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The Tree of Life Web Project is an ongoing Internet project providing information about the diversity and phylogeny of life on Earth. This collaborative peer reviewed project began in 1995, and is written by biologists from around the world.
The pages are linked hierarchically, in the form of the branching evolutionary tree of life, organized cladistically. Each page contains information about one particular group of organisms and is organized according to a branched tree-like form, thus showing hypothetical relationships between different groups of organisms.
In 2009 the project ran into funding problems from the University of Arizona. Pages and Treehouses submitted took a considerably longer time to be approved as they're being reviewed by a small group of volunteers, and apparently, around 2011, all activities ended.
- Catalogue of Life
- Charles Darwin
- Encyclopedia of Life
- Tree of life (science)
- Open Tree of Life
- Official website
- Maddison, D. R., K.-S. Schulz, and W. P. Maddison. 2007. The Tree of Life Web Project. Pages 19-40 in: Zhang, Z.-Q. & Shear, W.A., eds. Linnaeus Tercentenary: Progress in Invertebrate Taxonomy. Zootaxa 1668:1-766. Open Access PDF
- Tree of Life project grows more leaves and branches (EurekAlert 20 Feb 2006)
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