How is repetitive DNA different from unique sequence DNA?


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A single sequence: A genome is only one copy or very few copies of DNA sequences, DNA sequences account for 50% to 60%. Generally by the coding sequence and interval sequences.

Repetitive sequence: The existence of a large number of genome copies of DNA sequences. Do not encode any protein, the main function involved in the maintenance of chromosome structure, chromosome pairing in meiosis

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