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Biology Genetics Classical genetics Mendelian inheritance Meiosis Dominance Genetic linkage Heredity Chromosome Evolution Ploidy Gene
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Biology Genetics Classical genetics Mendelian inheritance Meiosis Dominance Genetic linkage Heredity Chromosome Evolution Ploidy Gene
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The continuity of life is assured when chemical information is passed onto the next generation, to the next set of chromosomes. Modern molecular biology includes providing opportunities to alter the information, that is the genetic code transferred in technologies such as cloning and in the production of transgenic species. The segregation and independent assortment of genetic information is crucial as it provides the necessary variation to better suit surviving and reproducing in their environment. evolution ­ outline the impact on the evolution of plants and animals of: ­ changes in physical conditions of the environment ★ Australia Increased temperature and decreased rainfall over the last 25 million years which resulted in​ ​more...
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