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phylogenesis produces different taxa
change evolution
transverse plane a horizontal cut perpendicular to the sagittal plane
serial repetition (of unit subdivisions of ectoderm and mesoderm products) of body parts along the longitudinal axis segmented
metamerism in vertebrates and cephalochordates internal organs
towards the tail caudad
Kalin's Homology exists, if parts of the different organisms corresponds to each other within the common structural plan and morphotype of a given systematic category.
HENNIGIAN CONCEPTS OF SIMLARITIES symplesiomorphy, synapomorphy and convergence
shared primitive characteristics paraphyletic
Rule of Deviation by the s_l___ng of a species into daughter species one of the species remains on the whole unchanged, while the other species clearly d____tes from the ancestor"
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