> "Des Higgins" <dazzhiggins at hotmail.com> wrote:
>> The possible mechanisms that allow concerted evolution include unequal
> crossing over
> (you have tandem repeats that match up incorrectly at meiosis; these swap
> chromosomes and some are gained and some lost; this repeated sampling
> uniformity over time) and gene conversion (transcript of one gene
> "corrects" the sequence
> of another).
And how exact are these? Any idea what percentage sequence variance, if
any, would you expect in the ribosomal sequences within a single individual?