Molecular phylogenetics is an attempt to understand the evolutionary path of living organisms by performing phylogenetic analysis such as the base sequences of biological genes. Molecular evolutionary chemistry began in the early 1960s. All living things and plants, including humans, have repeatedly evolved from the same common ancestor.
Whole biophylogenetic tree

The evolution of plants is the same as that of living organisms. Single-celled organisms in the sea become algae, and multicellular organisms occur, and some of them become land plants.

The origin of animals is said to be closely related to the unicellular organism , Choanoflagellate .



The group most closely related to the origin of land plants is said to be unicellular zygnematophytes. About 60% of banana genes are the same as humans.