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Molecular clock - Wikipedia

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The molecular clock is a technique that uses the mutation rate of biomolecules to deduce the time in prehistory when two or more life forms diverged.

The Molecular Clock and Estimating Species Divergence | Learn ...

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Since its proposal in the 1960s, the molecular clock has become an essential tool in many areas of evolutionary biology, including systematics, molecular ...

Molecular clocks - Understanding Evolution

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Molecular clocks. For the past 40 years, evolutionary biologists have been investigating the possibility that some evolutionary changes occur in a clock-like  ...

Probing Question: What is a molecular clock? | Penn State University

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Nov 17, 2008 ... It doesn't tick, it doesn't have hands, and it doesn't tell you what time of day it is. But a molecular clock does tell time—on an epoch scale.

Explainer: what is the molecular clock? - The Conversation

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Sep 15, 2015 ... The molecular clock is helping us deepen our knowledge of evolution and completing the tree of life. But how does it actually work?

Molecular clock | Define Molecular clock at Dictionary.com

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Molecular clock definition, the changes in the amino acid sequences of proteins that take place during evolution and speciation, and from which the dates of ...

What Is the Molecular Clock, Exactly? - Gizmodo

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Sep 15, 2015 ... Scientists across a range of biological disciplines use a technique called the molecular clock, where the past is deciphered by reading the ...

Molecular Clocks: Determining the Age of the Human–Chimpanzee ...

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The approximate clocklike nature of the accumulation of nucleotide substitutions ( the 'molecular clock') allows for the estimation of the time of divergence ...

Molecular clock and gene function. - NCBI

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Molecular phylogenies based on the molecular clock require the comparison of orthologous genes. Orthologous and paralogous genes usually have very ...

molecular clocks and dating - molecularevolution.org

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Feb 3, 2011 ... record. • Thus sequences seem to provide an accurate evolutionary molecular clock. support for a molecular clock? evolving populations. 0. 20.