Bio 224 Project

Bio 224 Project - because they appear to have evolved...

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Bio 224 Section 001 Project: Rachel Lumnitzer, Cat Blankenbiller, Ravi Patel, Nazaneen Zahedi, My Dung Ha, Species Teeth Ventral Fin Lateral Fin Scales Tail Scales Stripe Gills Dorsal Fin Type Outgroup 1 No 2 No No None No Plain Outgroup 2 No 2 No No None Yes Plain Species B Yes 0 No No None Yes Stripe Species C Yes 0 No No Light Yes Plain Species E No 1 Yes No Dark Yes Plain Species F Yes 0 Yes No None Yes Stripe Species G Yes 1 No Yes Dark Yes Stripe 1. Character Matrix 2. Of the characters for the fish taxa, the lateral fin scales and stripe are uninformative
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Unformatted text preview: because they appear to have evolved independently or through convergent evolution. They do not have consistent patterns of synapomorphies. 3. B and F share the largest number of derived character states. 4. We chose Cladogram B, because 9 changes, as opposed to A with 12 changes and C with 11. 5. Gills, Teeth, Ventral Fin, Dorsal Fin, Tail Scales (see sheet) Legend...
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This note was uploaded on 03/18/2012 for the course BIO 224 taught by Professor Staff during the Winter '12 term at Drexel.

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