anonymous
  • anonymous
Which form of cell division--binary fission or meiosis--poses the lower risk for the transmission of genetic disorders? Support your answer.
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anonymous
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Meiosis has a lower risk of transmitting genetic disorders because it transmits only half of the parent DNA. So if there is a defect on one allele, there is a 50-50 chance it will not get into the next generation.
Shikamaru11
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man I'm too wrong again ok time to be serious now :(

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