This question should be: What are some examples of biochemical evidence for evolutionary theory
biochemical evidence anatomical evidence fossils vestigial structure embryological evidence
I do not know. I can look at shared biochemical pathways and see direct evidence of common ancestry with other organisms.
The evolution, the study of vertebrates forelimbs is related to blank evidence
they use fossils to determine it -Chasity Kaplan put this answer
The biochemical evidence (the proteins) is indirect evidence of the specific allele (the coding of the gene).
When the protein structure changes there has been evolution in the organism
The morphological evidence which is shown in fossils to modern animals supports evolution because some dinosaurs, for instance, had feathers and we can obviously see that trait today in birds. The biochemical evidence, which comes in the form of DNA comparison and amino acid similarities, shows that we related closely to monkeys and pigs, which suggests that we have close ancestors to these animals.
The process of cellular repiration shared by all eukaryotes, for one evidence. Shows common descent for a universal common ancestor.