Alexandria's Genesis is a fictional genetic condition created for a Daria fanfiction character. No such genetic condition is known to exist in reality.
But could a genetic "disorder" that causes purple hair, no body hair, slow aging, highly evolved immune system, and a lack of menstrual period in females (among other mutations) possibly exist? No. The traits are too widespread to be the result of a single gene, and they would have come from several unrelated genes. Also, many of the traits are physiologically impossible, such as the lack of waste (the body needs to remove toxins from the body, or else the person will die), the slowed but proper aging process (there are disorders that "slow down" aging, but it does not really slow it down, but rather stunts it), and the fair skin that can resist burning (there is no way to naturally prevent burning other than melanin, which also causes skin darkness). The person who Alexandria's Genesis was supposedly named after was said to live to the age of 150 but this is impossible seeing as the longest lifespan ever reached was the age of 122.
1)POSITIVE MUTATION benefits the individual.2)NEGATIVE MUTATION is harmful to the individual.3)NEUTRAL MUTATION doesn't really do anything.
No Exodus is about 3000 years after Genesis
If you are really asking this question, then you are not ready for the answer.
Usually, mutation is used only to experiment, but instead of helping, it can really hurt the mutated animal.
Sometimes. It really depends on what it is.
No, albinism is a genetic mutation, not a generation-type of mutation, that also means a non-albino couple can have the chance of giving birth to an albino baby, it's a really random and rare mutation.
Genesis 12 does not have verse number 36, it h as only verse 20.
i really don't know but there is a girl named Genesis in my classes in Tully C. Knowles.
Then you will be a really smart person.
It really depends on what kind of mutation your talking about. Different mutations have different causes but the most coomon one is a genetic disorder when the genes are messed up.
They are related because if your genetic code gets damaged that means mutation. So really the defect of a genetic code is the definiton of a mutation
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i really don't know
Leland Sklar. Mike Rutherford, one of the founding members of Genesis.
The answer is George falter
i am not really sure
Genesis is the story of the beginning of the Earth. The word "genesis" actually means "the beginning." Nothing in Genesis itself really gives a clue as to where it takes place until post-flood where we can begin to identify known places such as Ur from which Abram came, as well as Egypt where he later went temporarily and Jacob permanently.
There is no single known mutation (or even a group of mutations). Schizophrenia is a complicated mental disorder with no clearly defined cause, but it does have effective treatments (but nobody really understands how and why those treatments actually work).
mutation really doesnt effect a population a mutation can be bad or good mutations can protect you from diseases or it can do something harmful to you like give u a extra body part or make you more vulnerable to diseases
You can't really prevent it. it's just a genetic mutation. It's completely unpreventable and incurable
yes buut i dont know how
Look up Ken Ham ...or go to the web site ANSWERS IN GENESIS...also check out a movie called EXPELLED ....if you really are looking for some great truth ...listen to RAVI Zacharias or Josh Mcdowell...
I'm not for sure what you mean but if a shark loses a tooth it takes 24 hours to grow back.
Moses wrote the book of Genesis while in the wilderness, and the account covered a wide area of human expansion, from man's creation, to Joseph's death in Egypt at 110 years old (Genesis 50:26), so didn't really 'take place in a city'.At the beginning of Genesis, of course, there were NO cities, and people were commanded by God, not to build on top of each other, but to spread out, "become many and FILL the earth"(Genesis 1:28). Abraham, Isaac and Jacob built no cities, but lived in tents (Hebrews 11:9). Eventually, however, as the human population grew, 'cities' began to appear for protection, business and religious reasons. Here are just a few:Before the flood, 'Enoch' was the first 'city' mentioned in the Bible, and was built by Cain who named it after his son (Genesis 4:17). After the flood, 'Babel' was built by an enemy of God, Nimrod(Genesis 10:10 + Genesis 11:1-9) along with 'Erech', 'Accad','Calneh', 'Nineveh', 'Rehoboth-Ir', 'Calah', and 'Resen' (Genesis 10:8-12). 'Nahor' is named in connection with Isaac (Genesis 24:10), and 'Bethel' is another mentioned by Abraham, although it was called "Luz" by the Canaanites before that (Genesis 28:10-19). "Ur" (Genesis 11:31) and 'Haran' (Genesis 12:4) are also mentioned in connection with Abraham. The account of 'Sodom' and 'Gomorrah' was also recorded in Genesis 18:20-19:17 and at Genesis 14:17-20, it notes that Melchizedek was from the city of Salem'.