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8 months, 2 weeks ago

What is the main difference between Yoked key and Bracketed key ?

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B Bishnu Parida
Answered 6 months, 1 week ago

Indented key:

*These are known as yoked key .

*They wont go taxa.

*They give visual presentation of the group.

*The indent key have the two lead of each couplet separated by the couplet following the first lead that

making it difficult to compare with the alternatives .

*There is a wastage of paper because the keys utilize the right side of the paper and so they are expensive to print .


Bracketed key: These are known as parallel keys.

*They will group taxa.

*They don't give a visual presentation of the group.

*The bracketed key keep the two leads of every couplet for and easier comparison of the alternatives .

*The bracketed keys utilize the space in each page efficiently and so they are cheaper to print.


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