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apomorphic: in cladistics, this term describes derived or advanced characteristics that arose relatively late in members of a group and therefore differ among them. These are useful in assessing genealogical links among taxa.
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in cladistics, this term describes derived or advanced characteristics that arose relatively late in members of a group and therefore differ among them. These are useful in assessing genealogical links among taxa.
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Source: Anthromorphemics
 
Source: Anthromorphemics
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[[Category: Anthropology]]

Latest revision as of 10:29, 25 December 2020

in cladistics, this term describes derived or advanced characteristics that arose relatively late in members of a group and therefore differ among them. These are useful in assessing genealogical links among taxa.

Source: Anthromorphemics


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