What is called phylogenetic system of classification?
Asked by rushabh123 | 10th Mar, 2019, 06:47: PM
Phylogenetic classification system is based on the evolutionary ancestry. It is based on the evolution of life and shows the genetic relationships among organisms. It generates trees called cladograms, which are groups of organisms that include an ancestor species and its descendants. Classifying organisms on the basis of descent from a common ancestor is called phylogenetic classification.
Answered by Sheetal Kolte | 10th Mar, 2019, 07:17: PM
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