Ceaseless Replication and Random Distribution of DNA Sequences during Early Phases of Evolution is Responsible for Unrelated-Homologies

@inproceedings{Goswami2018CeaselessRA,
  title={Ceaseless Replication and Random Distribution of DNA Sequences during Early Phases of Evolution is Responsible for Unrelated-Homologies},
  author={Kishore Goswami},
  year={2018}
}
Resemblance of certain DNA stretches from the genomes of geologically very old (4000 million years and more) and evolutionarily very important plants, with some sequences prevalent within the human genome may be due to the fact that these DNA sequences might have been prevalent in biota before bifurcation of plant and animal cells during pre-Cambrian period. The evolution of DNA molecule and its inherent tendency to go on replicating within primitive and evolving cells during the earliest… CONTINUE READING

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