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Instruments, Methods, and Missions for Astrobiology IX
Evolution is usually taught as the result of mutations and genetic recombinations combined with natural selection, but most living forms have symbiotic relationships with microorganisms, and in this sense symbiogenesis seems to play a very important role in the origin and life evolution. Symbiosis is an important support for the acquisition of new genomes and new metabolic capacities, which drives living forms' evolution. In this sense, the evolutionary changes can be explained by an integrateddoi:10.1117/12.681946 fatcat:37ypghlfkbaetlfxpwwsm4cxue