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Science Homework (On Genetics) Help!
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Science Homework (On Genetics) Help!

So, I have some science homework to do(genetics and all that), and being the system-defiant person I am, I figured i'd post the problems on here and let you all do the work for me! All I have to do is fill it in! I AM A GENIUS! By the way, I don't care what answer I get, as long as it's anything BUT "i can't answer this" or "i don't care and neither should you". Hell, i'd LOVE to confuse the hell out of my teacher with long, complicated answers!

Anyway, the problems:


1. What is a mutation?
2. How can mutations affect protein synthesis in cells?
3. Circle the letter of each sentence that is true about mutations.
a. Cells with mutations will always make normal proteins.
b. Some mutations occur when one nitrogen base is substituted for another.
c. Some mutations occur when chromosomes don't separate correctly during meiosis.
4. Mutations can be a source of genetic _____________.
5. Is the following sentence true or false? All mutations are harmful. ___________
6. Mutations that are ___________ improve an organism's chances for survival and reproduction.
7. Whether mutation is harmful or helpful depends partly on an organism's ____________.

Yes, I know, these are short and easy questions. However, you have no idea how much I hate my school system. I'd do the same thing for a 1st grader's math worksheet (1+2, 2X2, the works) if I could, just to get the edge on those fucks.
12-12-2008 02:35 PM
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