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Bioee November 12, 2007 Questions: 100 mutations per person? How many are transferred to sex cells? How many are negative mutations? Aren’t mutations helpful in some situations? How can you be a new earth creationist? What about the DNA “fixers” that follow the genome and fix the negative genetic mutations? Mendel’s Accountant- population genetics numerical simulation program:
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Unformatted text preview: . How can you tell if a mutation is negative or positive? • When mutations occur, how do you take into account if they are in the coding or non-coding section? Isn’t most of our genome non-coding? How important are mutations if they are in our non-coding section? • If most mutations are too subtle, why do they matter in the first place?...
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