Genetic Variation within a Population

Genetic Variation within a Population

Genetic variation describes naturally occurring genetic differences among individuals of the same species. Genetic variation is brought about by mutation, which is a change in the chemical structure of a gene.
Fingerprints are actually a neutral genetic variation. Every individual in the human species has their own distinct fingerprints pattern making it a variation among the population.


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by | August 7, 2012 · 1:39 pm

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