Analysis based on two individual genes (gene trees) may imply two different phylogenetic relationships among a group of species.Listthreepossible...
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<ol><li><span style="background-color:rgb(250,250,250);color:rgb(17,17,17);">Analysis

based on two individual genes (gene trees) may imply two different phylogenetic relationships among a group of species. List three possible reasons for this, and explain how one of them works. If only one phylogenetic tree accurately represents the true evolutionary history of these species, what might we do in order to determine which one is correct.</span></li><li> Two SNP alleles (C and T) were found, the following genotype counts were obtained: CC: 17 CT: 25 TT: 25. What is the frequency of the C allele?</li></ol>

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