michaeljordan23
  • michaeljordan23
Maria is concerned because she has been exposed to a small amount of radiation during an X-ray. What is her doctor most likely to tell her? Radiation from X-rays is not a mutagen unless you have X-rays every day. Mutagens have no effect on the body unless you have inherited them. Small amounts of a mutagen often do not have an effect on health. Severe mutations are usually caused by small amounts of a mutagen.
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taramgrant0543664
  • taramgrant0543664
Small amounts of a mutagen often do not have an effect on health
Koikkara
  • Koikkara
Hmm, I don't think it will effect seriously as Many people have been exposed to radiation. Also, she shouldn't be worried because the amount of radiation she was exposed to was \(very~ little\) and wont effect anything or anyone., which means Small amounts of a mutagen often do not have an effect on health. Now, Lets here more explanation how @taramgrant0543664 got it right !, Can you Please say how ? @michaeljordan23 \(Nice~to~meet~you~!\)

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