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Year of Publication : 2023
Authors : Md. Abdul Ahad
MLA Style: Md. Abdul Ahad "The Evidence of Biochemical Similarities, Molecular Similarities, Modern (Contemporary) Evidence, and Vestigial Organs are Opposite to Darwin’s Theory " International Journal of Science and Management Studies (IJSMS) V6.I6 (2023): 1-13.
APA Style: Md. Abdul Ahad, The Evidence of Biochemical Similarities, Molecular Similarities, Modern (Contemporary) Evidence, and Vestigial Organs are Opposite to Darwin’s Theory , International Journal of Science and Management Studies (IJSMS), v6(i6), 1-13.
Living organisms are greatly similar at their molecular level, which leads the concept of their common ancestry. But it is not true, as every being is definite at the molecular level of each species. So, according to the current theory, each species is unique in that its base pairs are arranged in different orders and proportions, which vary from all other species. Again, the DNA base-sequence varies as much as between individuals of the same society and also of different societies of human races. Even, each person has a unique “Genetic fingerprint” and DNA molecules which are completely different from one another. So, there are no similarities among different types of species at their molecular levels. Again, there is no evidence that a reproductively isolated species/breed/variety/race evolves either artificially or naturally, which opposes modern (contemporary) evidence. Again, once it is thought that vestigial organs are useless. But today, those are medically regarded as essential ones.
|Keywords: Darwin’s theory, contemporary evidence, medically important, molecular, similarities, useless organ.|
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