Chapter 6 Exploring Evolution and BioinformaticsSection: 6.37____________ Used to present a graphical depiction of how sequences are related in evolutionary terms. Ans:h Section: 6.48____________ is a technique that produces large populations of molecules and selects for a biochemical property.
Section: 6.59____________ An example of a conservative amino acid change.
Section: 6.210In some sequence alignments it is necessary to include a ____________.
Section: 6.2Fill-in-the-Blank Questions11__________________ are homologous molecules that are found in different species and have similar or identical functions.
Section: 6.112__________________ are homologous molecules that are found in a given species but possess different biological functions.
Section: 6.113________________ amplification of well-preserved samples allows the determination of nucleotide sequences from extinct organisms.
Section: Introduction and 6.514Two molecules are said to be _________________ if they have been derived from a common ancestor.
Section: 6.115In the Blosum-62 substitution matrix, a large ________________ score corresponds to substitution that occurs only rarely.
Section: 6.216Analysis of substitution matrices indicates that cysteine (C) and __________________ residues tend to be conserved more than other amino acid residues.