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They both copy genetic code by forming a complementary sequence of nucleotides with an existing strand of DNA.
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I have a quick question for you, can you explain what a point mutation is?
It's a mutation that when looking at the gene sequence only one or a few nucleotides are changed/effected
So if the question was this:
If a point mutation occurs in a body cell so that the original sequence of mRNA of CGA changes to AGA, what will be the likely consequence?
And the possible choices were:
The mutation will cause a translocation to occur.
The mutation will cause a change in the individual but it will not be inherited.
The mutation will be inherited by the offspring.
The mutation will not cause any change in the individual and it will not be inherited.
It would be B right?