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  • n. The science that studies the relationship of the function of genes to their evolution


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phylo- +‎ genomics


  • Their analyses were based on a relatively new approach called phylogenomics, which determines the evolutionary relationships of life forms by comparing large datasets of gene sequences.

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  • CONCLUSIONS: Our study is one of the few exhaustive phylogenomics analyses of a non-informational cell machinery from the third domain of life.

    Current Biology on flagellum evolution - The Panda's Thumb

  • But now, thanks to a method called "functional phylogenomics," scientists have resolved some of the enigmatic relationships of plant families, potentially opening the way for advances in agriculture.

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  • Spend some time looking in to the biotechnical fields of comparative genomics and phylogenomics for example.

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