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a change in the genes that determine how a living organism is designed; or the result of the change
  • Like, the world is billions of years old, and life is a product of nucleotide mutation and everything.
    p. 257.9
  • But despite doing everything slowly and having not changed much in two hundred million years, tuatara have a faster rate of molecular mutation than any other known animal.
    p. 177.5
  • What happened to slow down molecular mutation?
    p. 177.7

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