a branching diagram depicting the successive points of species divergence from common ancestral lines without regard to the degree of deviation.
A cladogram (from Greek clados "branch" and gramma "character") is a diagram
used in cladistics which shows relations among organisms. A cladogram is not, ...
Short article on how to interpret a cladogram, a chart that shows an organism's
evolutionary history. Students analyze a chart and then construct one.
May 11, 2012 ... Paul Andersen shows you how to construct a cladogram from a group of
organisms using shared characteristics. He also discusses the process ...
To best understand the science of classification, it will help to first examine a few basic terms:
classification - the systematic grouping and naming of organisms based on shared structural similiarites, fuctional similarities, or evolutionary history
taxonomy - the sc... More »
The Impact of Evolution. Darwin changed everything. The publication of his work
on The Origin of Species in 1859, threw the whole of biological science into a ...
This is placeholder text. Before this page, there will be an introductory screen that
will display some basic information on cladograms. On that page, you will be ...
How to Make a Cladogram. (Adapted from ENSI/SENSI lesson plan: Making
Cladograms http://www.indiana.edu/~ensiweb/home.html). Cladograms are ...
This lesson introduces students to the building of cladograms as evolutionary
trees, showing how "shared derived characters" can be used to reveal degrees of
Paul Andersen shows you how to construct a cladogram from a group of
organisms using shared characteristics. He also discusses the process of
parsimony in ...