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Would two species of yeast with similar genome sizes have the same number of genes or chromosomes?
Similar organisms generally have similar genome sizes. Given this, would two species of yeast have the same number of genes and chromosomes? Edit: Fixed with thanks to @daniel-standage
Nov 29 '12 at 15:58
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