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A gene in DNA is the code for what


Question asked by: dymondb

Asked on: 25 Feb 2009

Genes tell the body how to behave in certain ways, so there are genes that represent particular characteristics, and lack of genes or changes in them can lead to diseases and problems in the body.
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Replied at: 01 Mar 2009
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