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5. What are the consequences of mutations in DNA?
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(5) What are the consequences of mutations in DNA?
For more details see Introduction to the inheritance of characteristics and genetic diagrams (including Punnett squares) including technical terms, Mendel's work and inherited genetic disorders, genetic testing
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