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The theory of evolution predicts that closely related species will show similarities in nucleotide sequences. if species have changed over time, their genes should have changed. closely related species will show similarities in amino acid sequences. all of the above.
Answer: all of the above. The theory of evolution predicts that: closely related species will show similarities in nucleotide sequences; if species have changed over time, their genes should have changed; and closely related species will show similarities in amino acid sequences.
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Answer: all of the above. The theory of evolution predicts that: closely related species will show similarities in nucleotide sequences; if species have changed over time, their genes should have changed; and closely related species will show similarities in amino acid sequences.

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