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5. In a phylogenetic tree, a node or branching point represents: the common ancestor from which the descendent species diverged. the species in the fossil record from which the descendent species d c. one of the descendent species in the phylogeny d. the ancestral species from which all species in the phylogeny arose. e. A node could be any of the above, depending on the nature of the phylogenetic iverged. tree. 6. Sarah is studying protein X. She discovered a significant difference in the amino acid sequence of protein X between species A and species B. However, the sequence of protein X between species B and C is very similar. Using this information, draw a phylogenetic tree that connects these species.
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