Unformatted text preview: Each dot on your cladogram indicates a common ancestor. Show groups not directly in our line as branching away from the common ancestor points. Here are our common ancestors in alphabetical order: ANIMALS, AMNIOTES, BILATERA, CHORDATA, CYNODONTS, EUKARYOTES, JAWED_VERTIBRATES, LOBE-FINNED_FISH, MAMMALS, SYNAPSIDS, TETRAPODS, THERAPSIDS, THERIODONTS Here are other groups that are not in our direct line: PLANTS, FUNGI, DIATOMS, MOSS, FORAMS, ALGAE, JELLY FISH, SPONGES, WORMS, BRYOZOANS, MOLLUSCS, BRACHIOPODS, STARFISH, GRAPTOLITES, LAMPREYS, OSTRACODERMS, AGNATHANS, SHARKS, PLACODERMS, RAY-FINNED FISH, AMPHIBIANS, DIAPSIDS, TURTLES. At each point of common ancestry, put a geological symbol indicating the geological age in which the common ancestor may have first evolved based on the oldest known fossils of the group....
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This note was uploaded on 08/23/2009 for the course GEOL 102 taught by Professor Kennethsprenke during the Fall '09 term at Idaho.
- Fall '09