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clad•o•gram



Pronunciation: (klad'u-gram", klā'du-), [key]
n. Biol.
a branching diagram depicting the successive points of species divergence from common ancestral lines without regard to the degree of deviation. Cf. dendrogram, phenogram.

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cladogenesiscladophyll
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