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ShayleeCutie

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What does a large-scale mutation affect? A. the nucleotides with either a substitution, deletion or insertion B. one or a few nucleotides in the DNA C. sections in the chromosomes D. one or a few nucleotides in the RNA

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  1. ShayleeCutie
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    @Destinymasha @karategirl2002 @Luigi0210 @CrazyCountryGirl

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    @MelissaHolmes

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  4. MelissaHolmes
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    I would say C ... because if it is that large of a mutation, there will be a noticeable change in the chromosome ...

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    • one year ago
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    hope this helps! :D

  6. ShayleeCutie
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    thx

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