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What are the two advantages of using sequence analysis of ribosomal components in determining the relatedness of organisms? please explain why each is an advantage. 

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Ribosome is an essential component of cellular machinery that is present across all life forms. The function of a ribosome is uniform and highly conserved among all organisms. It has two components: Protein and RNA (ribonucleic acid). The main catalytic functi...

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