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Phylogenies and Tree-Thinking

by David Baum & Susan Offner

The American Biology Teacher

April, 2008

PowerPoint presentation compiled by Larry Flammer, ENSI webmaster

From Phylogenies & Tree-Thinking. David A. Baum and Susan Offner. The American Biology Teacher, 70(4), 222-229. With the kind permission from the National Association of Biology Teachers and David Baum.


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Figure 1Hypothetical genealogy of local population of plants


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Fig. 2. How genealogy of sexual population is included in a phylogenetic tree


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Fig. 3. Tree diagram is meant to represent an actual history of evolutionary lineages that have branched over time


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Fig. 4. Four trees, all depict same evolutionary history


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Fig. 5. Some important terms used to describe phylogenetic trees


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Fig. 6. How to read a tree in terms of evolutionary relationships


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Fig. 7. Three trees, all depict the same evolutionary history


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Fig. 8. A clade includes all and only the descendants of a paticular ancestor


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Fig. 9. How trees show evolutionary history


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