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What do the “nodes” in a cladogram represent? The points of union The points of branching The common ancestor

Dana Keller

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Deborah Edwards on December 16, 2018

The question is like asking: "What do the "nodes" in a cladogram represent? In a way, they represent "the union", but what does this union means, in the sense that the cladogram? This means a point at which the two species were still one of the species, and is represented by the last common ancestor - so the correct answer is: The common ancestor

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