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Molecular Markers in Phylogenetic Studies-A Review

Phylogeny is the history of descent of a group of taxa such as species from their common ancestors including the order of branching and sometimes the times of divergence. The term “Phylogeny” is derived from a combination of Greek words. Phylon stand for “tribe” or “clan” or “race” and genesis means “origin” or “source”. The term can also be applied to the genealogy of genes derived from a common ancestral gene. In molecular phylogeny, the relationships among organisms or genes are studied by comparing homologues of DNA or protein sequences. Dissimilarities among the sequences indicate genetic divergence as a result of molecular evolution during the course of time. In brief...  Molecular Markers in Phylogenetic Studies-A Review

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