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the question is "how is mutation related to the DNA molecule"?
I have no Idea HELP!!!
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Does this phrasing help? --> how do mutations affect DNA?
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A mutation is just a change in the information stored in a strand of DNA. DNA is made of a long string of base pairs, which are like letters in an alphabet. A mutation is when one or more letters gets changed, removed or added.
Here's an example
mutation => musationk
Hope that helps
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