DNA sequence similarity is helpful to determine the evolutionary relationship between the organisms. The evolutionary tree can easily be constructed if the percentage of the DNA sequence similarity is known.
The human shows 98.8% sequence similarity with chimpanzee. The sequence similarity between human and gorilla DNA is 98.4%. This means Chimpanzee are more closely related to humans than gorillas.
The cycle only involves the lithosphere, hydrosphere, and biosphere, with no role in the atmosphere. The reason the atmosphere is not involved in that at the natural temperature and pressure of the environment, phosphorus and its compounds are usually in solid or ionic (usually phosphate ion) form. It is also a very slow nutrient cycle, with a major source of the nutrient being determined by tectonic activity that upwells the nutrients from deep in their earth’s core through volcanic activity.
Greenhouse gases, such as carbon dioxide, methane, nitrous oxide, and certain synthetic chemicals, trap some of the Earth's outgoing energy, thus retaining heat in the atmosphere. This heat-trapping causes changes in the radiative balance of the Earth-the balance between energy received from the sun and emitted from Earth-that alter climate and weather patterns at a global and regional scale.
Multiple lines of evidence confirm that human activities are the primary cause of the global warming of the past 50 years. Natural Factors, such as variations in the sun's output, volcanic activity, the Earth's orbit, the carbon cycle, and others, also affect Earth's radiative balance. However, beginning in the late 1700s, the net global effect of human activities has been a continual increase in greenhouse gas concentrations.