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Each organism has a unique combination of characteristics encoded in molecules of


Question asked by: inthout

Asked on: 28 May 2009

The unique information is encoded in the DNA molecules - these taken together are effectively the language that describes that organism uniquely. The DNA between species is very similar and related species can share over 99% of their DNA!
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Replied at: 31 May 2009
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