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Scott Heydt Author of Mice Don't Taste Like Chicken 11/23 by Robin Falls Kids | Books
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Did each species evolve this trait independently or did they all inherit it from a common ancestor? That is the burning question. A meat counter featuring some of the author's favorites, including turtle, emu and boar. Evolutionary Theory: Some Background First, some tasty technical background. The different traits of an organism its hair or lack thereof, its teeth or lack thereof, its lungs or lack thereof, its taste, its color, etc.
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Some of an organism's traits are inherited from many, many, many, many thousands, or millions, even generations of ancestors. Other of its traits developed late in the evolutionary history. If you compare the traits of two different kinds of organisms, you may find that: 1. Some of the things they have in common were inherited from a common ancestor; while 2. Other things they have in common were not inherited from any common ancestor-but happened to have developed independently for each organism.
Modern evolutionary analysis helps us try to sort out and understand the true origins of all sorts of traits. Here's how you do it. Cat tastes mammalian. In essence, it tastes like tetrapod. First, you need to make a diagram showing which kinds of organisms evolved from which other kinds of organisms. How to make this kind of chart is a whole question in itself. Brooks and Deborah McLennan. University of Chicago Press, Such a chart will usually turn out to be tree-shaped, and so it is called a "tree" of evolutionary ancestry the jargon phrase for this kind of "tree" is "a phylogeny".
If you are interested in a particular trait, you can go through the tree and mark every kind of creature which has that trait. These markings on the evolutionary tree then show you whether: 1. The trait developed just once, and was then inherited by the creatures that subsequently evolved. You will see that the trait is spread over connected branches of the tree. The name for this is synapomorphy.
The trait developed independently more than once. You will see that the trait only occurs in isolation, on tree tips. The jargon phrase for this is convergent evolution Here is an example of a synapomorphy. Crabs taste like lobsters because they both evolved from the same group of crabby-lobstery-tasting crustaceans. Here is an example of convergent evolution. My finger is "rubbery" to chew on. The stalks of certain plants, too, are "rubbery to chew on.
A chewy gristle evolved long ago among my animal ancestors. By happenstance, an unrelated, but equally chewy, substance evolved in the ancestors of those plants I mentioned.
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By the way, if a trait appears on nearly all branches of an entire group of organisms, then it is called a plesiomorphic trait. This means its appearance is best explained by a single event in the ancestry of the entire group. For example, all animals have muscles meat, if you will. This type of analysis as well as this type of jargon is at the heart of much of evolutionary biology today. Tasting the Tetropods Swan tastes avian. For the current study, I examined a sampling of tetrapod see Table 1A. Just so we have our jargon straight: tetrapod means "four-legged," and vertebrates means "animals that have back bones.
Being an affirmed carnivore, I have tasted nearly all of these species prepared from fresh, canned or, in some cases, frozen meat. I judged the flavor of each kind of meat. In cases where I was not able to try the meat first hand so to speak , I have consulted experts or used common knowledge. Fowl-Tasting Food As you might expect, most of the birds Aves have a "chicken-like" taste. The exception here is ostrich, with its "beef-like" flavor. Its meat was darker than the darkest chicken I have ever had.
However, it may have been too heavily seasoned for an adequate assessment. The origins of "beef-like" flavor coincide with the origins of hoofed mammals.