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3.5Summary

  • Mendel's laws are fundamental laws of genes.
  • The substance of genes is DNA.
  • Genetic information is transmitted, in order, by DNA, RNA, and proteins.
  • All DNA sequences necessary to form any given organism are collectively called genome. Genes are a part of genomes.
  • Biologically, there are various forms of sexes.
  • Genetic recombination occurs during gamete formation.
  • The repetition of replication and mutation of genomes are the driving force of diversity and evolution of life.

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