Conserved Sequence: Refers to a nucleotide fragment in a DNA molecule or an amino acid fragment in a protein that remains basically unchanged during evolution. Conserved sequences refer to molecular sequences with a high degree of similarity or identity. These sequences can be nucleic acid sequences (such as RNA or DNA sequences), protein sequences, protein structures or sequences in carbohydrates. These sequences are highly similar, but come from different molecules produced by different species or the same organism. From the perspective of cross-species retention, the existence of this sequence means that in the evolutionary process of forming different species, a special gene sequence has been preserved. By analyzing the genomes of organisms at different stages of evolution, it is found that some sequences in the genomes of different organisms are very similar, and these similar sequences are the so-called conservative sequences.
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