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gfsgardfeay453

  • 11 months ago

What should be true of a molecule being used as a molecular clock? Its mutations always affect the phenotype, making it easier to observe the changes. It is a rare molecule that is not found in many living species that might be compared. It serves an unnecessary function, making it less likely to be preserved over time. It has a consistent rate of neutral mutations from generation to generation.

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