Using Molecular Evidence in Classification: the Cytochrome C Lab

Unit 1: Phylogeny and Taxonomy
Lesson 5 of 5

Objective: Students will analyze the genetic sequence for cytochrome c from several species to determine phylogenetic relationships.

Big Idea: Ever wondered what you had in common with fish, yeast, dogs, and monkeys? Find out today by analyzing the cytochrome c gene sequence.

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