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A certain mutation in the human chromosome number 9 causes part of the chromosome to break and reattach itself in a reverse manner. What kind of mutation is this? a.chromosomal duplication b.chromosomal inversion c.chromosomal deletion

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    chromosomal inversion because chromosome 'break and reattach itself in a reverse manner'

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    thank you!

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