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evolutionary lineage
are groups of organisms that share a common ancestor not shared by other groups.
taxa
A branch point represents a(n)
from which two different lineages diverged. A branch
sister taxa
point may also be called a(n)
node
Each branch represents a(n)
common ancestor
The branch tips represent groups of organisms, known as
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evolutionary lineage are groups of organisms that share a common ancestor not shared by other groups. taxa A branch point represents a(n) from which two different lineages diverged. A branch sister taxa point may also be called a(n) node Each branch represents a(n) common ancestor The branch tips represent groups of organisms, known as

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