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Suppose mitotic and meiotic processes had never evolved, what do you think
have been the consequence(s)?

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  • Réponse publiée par: 20201947

    Nondisjunction is the result of failure of chromosomes to separate during mitosis. This leads to new cells with either extra or missing chromosomes; a condition called aneuploidy. ... For those children born with aneuploidy, severe genetic conditions result.

  • Réponse publiée par: kirbydimaranan

    here are the observation between a simulated and an actual volcano eruption:

    1.            the chemical that causes the eruption of a simulated volcano eruption comes outside of the dummy volcano (through pouring down the vinegar). on the other hand, an actual volcano eruption comes from inside (magma).

    2.            the fake lava that has come out of the dummy volcano only looks hot but it’s not and the color is clear (color of the vinegar), while the real lava is super hot and it has a fiery color (red orange)

    3.            the fake lava wets the surface of the dummy volcano because of the vinegar, while the real lava creates a deformation on the surface of the real volcano depending on how runny and fast the magma moves inside it.

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  • Réponse publiée par: joyce5512

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