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Guiding questions for reading 5: The hydrogen hypothesis Prepare a synopsis of the article (typed, double-spaced, < 500 words). Within the synopsis, answer the following questions. This synopsis is due at the beginning of discussion. 1) Why do the two proposed symbiotic partners initially pair up? In other words, what, if anything, does each partner get out of the relationship? 2) The mitochondrial ancestor “handed over” many of its genes to the surrounding methanogenic symbiont. Does the author suggest that there any advantage to doing this?
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