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cladogram (plural cladograms)

  1. (taxonomy) A branching treelike graphical representation of the phylogenetic relationships between organisms showing which taxa have branched from common ancestors.
  2. (phylogenetics) A phylogenetic tree that is strictly the outcome of a cladistic analysis.


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