What animal shares the most DNA with humans?
Chimpanzees share the most. The old number was 98.5%, but recent tests say less than 95%.
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Humans share DNA with many other species, chimpanzees and humansshare 98% of the same DNA. Humans and mushrooms share 67% of thesame DNA.
More than 98%, according to Jonathan Marks Department of Anthropology University of California, Berkeley
All of them do, if you mean vegetables and humans have genes that are identical. While plants and humans are wildly different, every cell has to do specific things to survi…ve, like metabolize sugar or repair damage to their own DNA. That is true for plant cells, human cells, bacterial cells, or any other type of cell. So anything that's made of cells (including single-celled organisms) is living and contains DNA. And some of that DNA will be identical. I feel like I should mention that all cells also have RNA. DNA is used as a recipe to make proteins. However, the mechanism to make proteins is in a different place than where the DNA is housed. RNA is a copy of a small piece of DNA (gene) that can travel to the protein-making machinery.
we are all bannas and slugs and apes so they had a three way atsome point
I'm sure it differs with each species but I know human DNA and chimpanzee DNA only differ by 2% if not less
No because otherwise your dick would look like a Lettuce, oh wait it all ready does
Humans share very little with a potato. Chromosomes are acollection of DNA woven around protein. A chromosome may contain asmany as 100,000 to billions of nucleotides in one c…hain. Chimpanzeeand humans share a very SIMILAR DNA pattern, where as a potato anda human being don't. So although they both have 48 chromosomes,their DNA STUCTURE is vastly different.
monkeys and early hominids
Bonobos share about 98.7% of their DNA with humans: about the same amount that chimpanzees share with us.
Animals don't share DNA with other animals. A virus can inject aDNA fragment into an animal cell, but that won't have anevolutionary effect unless it happens in either a sperm… or egg celland in a location of the genome that disrupts it in some way. Bacteria, though not animals, do share DNA with other bacteria andthrough intake from the outer environment. They can gain valuablegenes that would help them survive in the process.
Yes, they do. It is a small amount but interesting that we arerelated to grass.
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