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Two samples of DNA have the same melting point and density. Does this prove that they are from the same species? Explain clearly and back up your reasons.

I read in my notes and all it said was that DNA species isolated from different organisms have different melting temperatures. But I don't know if every single species have a different Tm? Also I coulnd't find anything about density.

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