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cla·dis·tics
[kluh-dis-tiks]
NOUN [BIOLOGY. (USED WITH A PLURAL VERB)]
1.
classification of organisms based on the branchings of descendant lineages from a common ancestor.
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Cladistics - Wikipedia

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Cladistics is an approach to biological classification in which organisms are categorized based on shared derived characteristics that can be traced to a group's ...

Introduction to Cladistics

www.ucmp.berkeley.edu/clad/clad1.html

Cladistics is a particular method of hypothesizing relationships among organisms based on the idea that members of a group share a common evolutionary ...

Reconstructing trees: Cladistics - Understanding Evolution

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Cladistics is a method of hypothesizing relationships among organisms — in other words, a method of reconstructing evolutionary trees. The basis of a cladistic ...

Cladistics - Wiley Online Library

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Published on behalf of the Willi Henning Society. The journal covers theory, method, the philosophical aspects of systematics, and the role of systematic and  ...

Phylogenetic Systematics

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Introduction to Cladistics · Methodology of Cladistics · Implications of Cladistics · The Need for Cladistics. What is phylogenetic systematics, you ask? It is the way  ...

Cladistics | Define Cladistics at Dictionary.com

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Cladistics definition, classification of organisms based on the branchings of descendant lineages from a common ancestor. See more.

Basics of Cladistic Analysis - The George Washington University

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that share derived characters is called cladistics or phylogenetic systematics. ... The first step in basic cladistic analysis is to determine which character states.

Lecture 5 - Cladistics

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The most successful of these is the so-called "cladistic" or "phylogenetic" method. This method is based on an older concept, that of "homologous characters".