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Where would a DNA substitution have the smallest or least effect on the organism?

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What is the smallest unit for DNA?

DNA is a Polymer. Its monomers (Or smaller Units) are Nucelotides. Both DNA and Nucleotides are considered Nucleic Acids.

Why would a change in DNA sequence change that organism?

  In an organism, a genetic code is made by the cells, but in that genetic sequence, if one or more letters are change, replaced, or deleted, then those cause mutations in

What is the income effect and substitution effect?

The Income Effect is the effect due to the change in real income. For example, when the price goes up the consumer is not able to buy as many bundles that she could purchase b

What is a smallest organism?

The smallest organism in the world is a virus, although many biologists consider viruses to be non-living because they lack a cellular structure and cannot metabolize by thems
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If a human was subjected to wolf DNA would it have any effects?

Short answer: No. Long answer: First you must realize that every cell in a human body has it's own copy of a persons DNA and only expresses the required portion of the genome