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How can DNA be useful in phylogeny?
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User: How can DNA be useful in phylogeny?

Weegy: DNA can be useful in phylogeny as: DNA sequences from different species can be compared, giving us more information about their evolutionary relationships.
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User: We live in the Cenozoic era, and scientists know more about this era and the epochs it's divided into than any other time period. Why is this?

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We live in the Cenozoic era, and scientists know more about this era and the epochs it's divided into than any other time period. This is because it is the most recent life era, the rock layers are better preserved, and in much lesser degree destroyed when compared to the previous eras.
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