Ally Kasulis, Nancye Lashley , and James Robb. Performance Expectations. MS-LS4-2 Apply scientific ideas to construct an explanation for the anatomical similarities and differences among modern organisms and between modern fossil organisms to infer ancestral relationships. Engage.
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Ally Kasulis, NancyeLashley, and James Robb
Students will create a cladogram to show similarities and differences of pasta.
Example: A cladogram is a visual representation of the development and relationship of organisms (objects) based upon similarities and differences in anatomical structure.
*These two extensions are required.
Students will use the modern day organisms they observed with the ancient organisms and create a combined cladogram.