• anonymous
FAN AND MEDAL! Cladistics is a way of classifying organisms by examining the characteristics of their ancestors and descendants and depicting the relationships in a cladogram. Which of the following best describes a challenge in classifying organisms this way?
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There are millions of species on Earth, and a cladogram is not a practical means for classifying all of them. It is impossible to tell which organisms are most closely related to each other using a cladogram. Cladograms are detail-oriented and do not provide a useful understanding of evolutionary relationships. There is a limited number of ways to organize the information, so most cladograms end up looking very similar.
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