Systematics and Phylogenetics
The world is filled with so many amazing organisms, both in the past and present. For scientists, studying relationships between and within different groups of organisms offers valuable
insight into genetics, molecular evolution, and evolutionary relationships. This knowledge can be applied to many fields, including the conservation of species, epidemiology, and immunology.
This section offers pieces inspired by systematic and phylogenetic diagrams. Some patterns are actual phylogenetic trees, others are representative trees
(trees are visual representations showing inferred evolutionary relationships among various species based upon similarities and differences in how they look or
Charles R. Darwin was an English naturalist, biologist, and geologist. He is best known for his contribution to the field of evolution
when he proposed that all species descended from a common ancestor in his 1859 book, "On the Origin of Species".