Is human DNA closer to chimpanzees or pigs?
Humans and chimpanzees share a much more recent common ancestor than humans and pigs. This results in humans sharing more of their genome with chimps than they do with pigs.
Even though a human's genetic code is more like a chimp's than it is like a pig's, all eukaryotic organisms share a significant amount of genetic code, vertebrates share even more, and mammals share even more than that; a human's DNA more closely resembles a pig's than it does a lizard's, and it more closely resembles a lizard's than it does a bacterium's.
They are not necessarily related to humans but they were created from human DNA mixed with a unclean creature's DNA like a water hog's. This happened centuries ago by magic (black magic). Their is proof of this because scientists have found out that pigs contain a large percent of human DNA and a few carnivores (human eaters) have said that when they eat humans and pigs they taste the same.
Humans and chimpanzees share 94% of the same DNA. By comparing certain genes of chimpanzees to those of humans, scientists can tell the approximate number of generations since humans and chimpanzees shared a common ancestor. It is believed that the ancestors of humans and chimpanzees diverged between four and six million years ago. In other words, it is support for evolution and the fact that humans evolved from great apes.
Mouse (murine) DNA is more similar to human DNA. The genomes are roughly the same size with a similar number of genes. Dog (canine) DNA has fewer genes than both human and mouse DNA and have fewer similarities. The homology of humans to mice genes is approximately 99% while the homology of humans to dog genes is around 94%.
You share some DNA with everyone to whom you are related. Since you have a common ancestor with your father's cousin twice removed, you are related and share DNA. More broadly, every human being has large amounts of DNA that are shared with every other human being. That is what makes us humans, as distinct from chimpanzees, orangutans, gorillas or mice.
they have found blood and hairs of the creature humans are about 98.5% similar to chimpanzees... that's how we know that we come from the same evolutionary bath as the chimpanzees... we have found blood and hair that have the same DNA as chimps and humans but the hair and blood is neither human or chimpanzee.
Yes we are bonded to animals because animals Like us have cromozomes. Chromosomes are sort of cells that get woman pregnant (it doesnt mean we can get other animals pregnant) we evolved from chimpanzees so chimpanzees sort of have the same DNA as us so that would be at least 98% of our DNA in chimpanzees!
What type of study is most appropriate for determining the time at which a common ancestor to humans and chimpanzees lived?
The fossil record of human development, and that of many animals, remains incomplete. So, human lineage is still unclear to science. But, the most common theory, with much evidence backing it up, is that modern humans evolved from early primates, as did modern apes and chimpanzees. Almost all studies indicate that, of the modern primates, humans are most closely related to chimpanzees*. *Modern chimpanzee DNA differs from modern human DNA by less than 2%, and…
Yes and no. The only distinction between humans and animals is in the eye of the beholder. However, viable DNA through either natural or artificial methods of reproduction can only be created, by modern knowledge, between members of the same Genus (it's speculated that this could be extended to members of the same Family, but evidence for this is limited at best). Using this information, it can be inferred that human DNA can combine with…
The difference between human and chimp DNA is not a mere 1 or 2 percent but at least 15 percent. It must also be noted that chimpanzees have 24 pairs of chromosomes and humans have 23 pairs, so there is a definite discontinuity. Human genes are also arranged differently compared to chimps. Furthermore, neither human nor chimp DNA has been fully sequenced. Human DNA will probably be sequenced within the next two years, but chimp…