What can DNA Tell us About the Cambrian Explosion?
Molecular data is ideal for exploring deep evolutionary history because of its universality, stochasticity and abundance. These features provide a means of exploring the evolutionary history of all organisms (including those that do not tend to leave fossils), independently of morphological evolution, and within a statistical framework that allows testing of evolutionary hypotheses. In particular, molecular data have an important role to play in examining hypotheses concerning the tempo and...[Show more]
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