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History of the Candy Bar

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Gabrielle Lipsack

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History of Candy Bar Gabrielle Lipsack
Mikaela Morcombe
Deana Miller Adaptations to
Environments Homologous
Structures Convergent Evolution Reproductively Isolated Hardened Caramel Similar Shapes Hershey's and Cadbury evolved similarly yet in different locations. However, their structure and flavor are similar. Butterfingers also known as Orca digitus contains a hardened caramel that never evolved to be soft. Natural selection occurred because of their environment, reproductive isolation, and their recessive trait of hardened caramel; which led to their extinction. Calicem butyrum known as Reese's and Pattic pipermmintic, referred to as York Peppermint Patty, have evolved into similar forms, but their internal organs are different. Milk fat Milk fat was found in the extinct Peppermint Patties and is still still found in other Hershey chocolate products. Caramel Two other species Crustulum carmeli (Twix) and Mulscal via (Milky Way) both share the internal structure of caramel. Skim Milk Skim milk is found in the extinct Fuscal aequabis species (Dove). And it is still found in other MARS chocolate products. Fluff Mulscal via (Milk Way) and Lanugo moschuslino (3 Musketeers) have homologous structures. Both candy bars share the Nougat or fluff inside. Freezer The species Sepelire cadburius (Cadbury) has adapted into living in the freezer. The traits have allowed it to thrive because it elongates its life and provides a burst of flavor. Trash Orca digitus, commonly known as Butterfingers, has altered to fit the accommodations of the trash. Because of the conditions in the trash environment, butterfingers has become reproductively isolated. Over generations, natural selection has run its course thus leading to this species extinction. Room Temperature The species Mulscal via (Milky Way), Crustulum carmeli (Twix), and Nuces incido (Snickers) have adapted to room temperature. Their traits have been suited to fit this environment because the caramel maintains its gooey, mouth-watering taste. Vestigial Structures Peppermint , frequently referred to as York Peppermint Patty, contains a minty flavor that never evolved. Humans had a mass genocide and all the patties were gone. Thus the York Peppermint Patties could not reproduce. Extinction Kingdom: Mellitus Phylum: Nestlic (Baby Ruth) (Snickers) (Reese's) (Butterfingers) (Twix) (Kit Kat) (Nestle Crunch) (Milky Way) (3 Musketeers) (Hershey's Cookies and Cream) (Hershey's w/ Almonds) (Cadbury) (Hershey's) (Dove) (York Peppermint Patty) Reasoning Both of these traits are vestigial because they were both found in extinct species and are no longer needed to maintain the flavor of the candy. Pattic pipermintic Attollit Hershelies Cadburium Binomial
Nomenclature: Infantem ruthic Orca digitus Nidificare frango Mulscal via Nuces incido Crustulum carmeli Fuscal aequabis Lanugo moschus-lino Lux duo Hershelic crepito Calicem butyrum Hershlum amygolalarum Hershyum socolate Pattic pipermintic Tenebris allo canente (Hershey's Dark) Sepelire cadburius
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