Question: 2. Bacteria Are Famous For Undergoing Horizontal Gene Transfer. Consider The Following Example That Includes Four Bacterial Species (red, Blue, Green, And Orange) And Three Genes, Two Of Which Were Transferred Across Species, And Respected Gene Trees: Explain Why The Three Gene Trees Are All Different And Which One Reflects The Phylogenetic Relationships …

Question: 2. Bacteria Are Famous For Undergoing Horizontal Gene Transfer. Consider The Following Example That Includes Four Bacterial Species (red, Blue, Green, And Orange) And Three Genes, Two Of Which Were Transferred Across Species, And Respected Gene Trees: Explain Why The Three Gene Trees Are All Different And Which One Reflects The Phylogenetic Relationships …

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2. Bacteria are famous for undergoinghorizontal gene transfer. Consider the following example thatincludes four bacterial species (red, blue, green, and orange) andthree genes, two of which were transferred across species, andrespected gene trees: Explain why the three gene trees are alldifferent and which one reflects the phylogenetic relationshipsacross the four bacterial species.

3. Using what you have learned in this courseso far explain how a complex trait like insect wings might haveevolved.

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Gene 1 Red V Blue Green Orange Red Blue Genome Gene 2 20 HGT Green Orange Red Blue Gene Green HGT Gene 3 Blue Orange Green Red Orange 2. Bacteria are famous for undergoing horizontal gene transfer. Consider the following example that includes four bacterial species (red, blue, green, and orange) and three genes, two of which were transferred across species, and respected gene trees: Gene 1 Red Blue Green Orange Red Blue Genome Gene 2 HGT Green Orange Red Blue Gene Green HGT Gene 3 V Blue Orange Green Red Orange Explain why the three gene trees are all different and which one reflects the phylogenetic relationships across the four bacterial species. 3. Using what you have learned in this course so far explain how a complex trait like insect wings might have evolved.