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Last Updated: 01 May 2022
chart showing how parents pass autosomal recessive mutations to children "chart showing how parents pass autosomal recessive mutations to children", by National Institute of Diabetes and Digestive and Kidney Diseases, National Institutes of Health. A chart showing how parents pass autosomal recessive mutations to children....

A mutation is a change in the DNA sequence of a microorganism. Germline mutations can be passed on to offspring, while somatic mutations are not handed down. Several of that's just the background noise that DNA duplicating is not ideal, and we should rejoice of that or development could not operate. But mutation can be caused by points like radiation or carcinogens in a way that can increase the risk of cancers or abnormality.

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