The history of life on earth, from its origins to our days, can now be explained in a linear way thanks to a combination of genome and fossil data, as is shown in a study published by Nature on Monday.
The research, led by scientists from the British University of Bristol, tried to show the evolution of the planet "as a whole", despite the fact that the fossil record of early life is "extremely fragmented and deteriorated," according to the authors.
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"The problem with the first fossil record of life is that it is very limited and difficult to interpret: a careful new analysis of some of the oldest fossils has actually shown it to be crystals, not fossils," said the person in charge. about the research. Holly Betts, in the British scientific journal.
But fossils were not the only analyzed elements to unify all these years of evolution.
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