In class, we discussed three theories regarding DNA mutation

In class, we discussed three theories regarding DNA mutations: 1) mutations most likely occur at an… Show more In class, we discussed three theories regarding DNA mutations: 1) mutations most likely occur at an equal/even rate across the entire genome, 2) some areas of genes seem to have a higher probability to be affect by mutations than others, and 3) specific mutations seem to lead to a higher probability of a specific secondary mutation occurring. Thinking across the levels of the genome, the gene, and a single cell, reconcile these three ideas to explain how they can all be true at once. Please include your source if you got it from outside source • Show less

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