An Enzyme’s Phylogeny Reveals a Striking Case of Convergent Evolution

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Convergent evolution and discordant phylogenetic signals are subjects that have been much discussed at ENV (for example, here). The fact that there is so much phylogenetic conflict at every level of the tree of life undermines one of the arguments for common descent (that the nested hierarchical distribution of similarities and differences reveals a family-tree like pattern).

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