How does the DNA of related organisms show similarity?


How does the DNA of related organisms show similarity?


Evolution is a change in the genetics of a population over time. Evolution happens when there is variation in a population and some variants are able to survive and reproduce better than others.

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The DNA of related organisms shows similarity between the species because some genes will have the same or similar sequences. Evolutionarily related...

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Evidence for Evolution: Paleontology, Biogeography, Embryology, Comparative Anatomy & Molecular Biology


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In biology, evolution refers to the process of organisms developing and changing over time. Explore the theory of evolution and review evidence that supports it found in paleontology, biogeography, embryology, comparative anatomy, and molecular biology.

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