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This type of evidence provides a good starting point but is not particularly strong evidence and may even be coincidental. Aerobic metabolism pro- duces by-products of oxygen radicals that are mutagenic. Hancock Request an Inspection Copy. A nucleotide is made up of a sugar, or thymine and it is the sequence of the bases that holds the instructional information of biolofy.
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