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What similarities and differences are among the colonies in n. america?


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The colonies were alike in that they all had close ties to England. They were mainly inhabited by English-speaking people. Aside from some of Maryland, they were largely Protestant. They had their own forms of self-government, but they owed their allegiance to Parliament and the King.


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C. DNA sequences. Comparative biochemistry is used to study the similarities and differences between living organisms. Different organism posses DNA which are made up of similar elements. Comparative biochemistry study will reveal how thes molecules differ in expression.
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Colonial America also had regional differences among culture or historical reason for establishment as a colony. The Southern Colonies were established as economic ventures and were seeking natural resources to provide material wealth to the mother country and themselves. In contrast, the early New England colonists were primarily religious reformers and separatists. They were seeking a new way of life to glorify God and for the greater good of their spiritual life. The Middle colonies welcomed people from various and diverse lifestyles. The social-political structure included all three varieties: villages, cities, and small farms.
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DNA sequences
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Answer from: bussbhsvssu557
The correct answer is C. DNA sequences. 

Comparative biochemistry is the study of similarities and differences in  DNA sequences among organisms.

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