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  • one year ago

Where do new genes come from? the mutation of existing genes from another species the duplication of existing genes the duplication, and then mutation, of existing genes

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    • one year ago
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    Creatures that reproduce sexually develop new genetic information through breeding. However, the majority off all life-forms develop new genes and genetic diversity through mutation. The answer is the first choice.

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