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When the topology-dependent permutation test (T-PTP) for monophyly returns significant support for monophyly, should that be equated with (a) rejecting a null hypothesis of nonmonophyly, (b) rejecting a null hypothesis of no structure, (c) failing to falsify a hypothesis of monophyly, or (d) none of the above?



When the topology-dependent permutation test (T-PTP) for monophyly returns significant support for monophyly, should that be equated with (a) rejecting a null hypothesis of nonmonophyly, (b) rejecting a null hypothesis of no structure, (c) failing to falsify a hypothesis of monophyly, or (d) none of the above?



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