Are there mutants among us?

Are there mutants among us?

This lesson presents mutation types, their frequency and underlying causes.


Author: Horváthné Kunstár Andrea

Reviewer: Márton Gábor


mutation, point mutation, chromosomal mutation, mutant, clone, gene mutation, heredity, chromosome, DNA, genetic material, gene, nucleus, offspring, X-radiation, radioactive radiation, ultraviolet radiation, toluene, cigarette, Down syndrome, tumour, albinism, somatic cells, gametes, cell division, generation, biology, human, physiology, science, anthropology, genetics

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