The term "conserved syntenies" refers to the arrangement or mapping of genes in a chromosome, which is conserved or maintained across different species of organisms. In contrast, antonyms for this term include "disrupted syntenies," which refer to the flipping or rearrangement of genes in a chromosome that isn't reflective of the genetic makeup of its ancestor or cousin species. Other possible antonyms could be "unstable syntenies," "variable syntenies," or "unreliable syntenies." These terms would suggest that the gene arrangement is either not typical, unpredictable, or prone to change, which could have implications for the functions and behaviors of the organism.
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- accord, affection, agreement.