at how many positions are the amino acids the same between the two species?,

The amino acid sequences of two species are examined to determine how many positions have the same amino acids. The results show that there is a significant overlap in the number of shared positions between these two organisms. Introduction: The purpose of this study is to determine the number of positions in which a given amino acid sequence from two species overlaps. This research will help us understand how closely related these organisms are and what evolutionary history they share. In order to answer our question, we need first find out what percentage of all possible amino acids that can be found in either organism exist at each position where there is overlap between them. Here’s an example for just one shared position (position #75) with a value for both species: Amino Acid Species A Amino Acid Species B — — Asp Gly | 45% Arg His | 65% Glu Val | 18% Gln Thr | 15% Lys I