anonymous
  • anonymous
I need a little help with these two questions: 4. How might similarities and differences in genetic codes, or the proteins built as a result of these codes, be used to determine how closely related different species are? 5. Based on the amino acid sequence data for the Cytochome-C protein, chimpanzees and humans share an identical coding sequence. What other species identified on the chart has a coding sequence that is most closely related to the humans and chimpanzees and most distantly related? Explain your answer.
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anonymous
  • anonymous
please HELP ME
anonymous
  • anonymous
DNA sequences (and the protein amino acid sequences they encode), change by accumulating mutations over many generations. Therefore, the more similar two DNA sequences are, the more recently they shared a common ancestor. Read about molecular clock.
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