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common ancestor


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common ancestor

common ancestor

common ancestor

common ancestor

Using mixtures of common ancestors for estimating the probabilities of discrete events in biological sequences

The age of the common ancestor of eukaryotes and prokaryotes: statistical inferences.

Estimating the age of the common ancestor of a sample of DNA sequences.

LXRα and LXRβ Nuclear Receptors Evolved in the Common Ancestor of Gnathostomes

Did Viruses Evolve As a Distinct Supergroup from Common Ancestors of Cells?

Origin and Evolution of Water Oxidation before the Last Common Ancestor of the Cyanobacteria

Aberrant Time to Most Recent Common Ancestor as a Signature of Natural Selection

Modern African Ape Populations as Genetic and Demographic Models of the Last Common Ancestor of Humans, Chimpanzees, and Gorillas

Human T Lymphotropic Virus Type 1 Subtype C Melanesian Genetic Variants of the Vanuatu Archipelago and Solomon Islands Share a Common Ancestor

The main features of the craniate mitochondrial DNA between the ND1 and the COI genes were established in the common ancestor with the lancelet.

The evolutionary relationships between the two bacteria Escherichia coli and Haemophilus influenzae and their putative last common ancestor.

An Evolutionary Network of Genes Present in the Eukaryote Common Ancestor Polls Genomes on Eukaryotic and Mitochondrial Origin

Origin of the Genetic Components of the Vomeronasal System in the Common Ancestor of all Extant Vertebrates

Mitochondrial Genome of the Homoscleromorph Oscarella carmela (Porifera, Demospongiae) Reveals Unexpected Complexity in the Common Ancestor of Sponges and Other Animals

Homologs of Drosophila P Transposons Were Mobile in Zebrafish but Have Been Domesticated in a Common Ancestor of Chicken and Human

 

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1 the most recent ancestral form or species from which two different forms or species have evolved.

2 the node in a phylogenetic tree that is an ancestor of two given branches or leaves.

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