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How are random mutations in cells of an organism controlled?
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There are many reasons why humans rarely experience the deleterious effects of mutations. Many mutations arise from errors in normal biological processes such as DNA replication or recombination. DNA ...

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Gene regulation and epigenetics in specialized cells
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Correct me if I am wrong but it seems you are asking 'do epigenetic mechanisms influence cell fate/determination?'. If this is your question, the answer is yes. Epigenetic modifications play a key ...

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What is the interchange of nutrients between plants called?
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Mycorrhizal associations. These are mutualistic associations between the roots of plants and the mycelium of fungi. The plants and fungi both benefit. The plants gets improved access to nutrients deep ...

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Is there a difference between human neuron cells compared to those of other animals?
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The basic structure of a neuron is conserved across animal species. This is what is taught at universities and can be found in most textbooks. This does not mean that there are no differences, it just ...

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