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When mutation is confined to only one substitution, it is called

1)

Translocation

2)

Point mutation

3)

Base inversion

4)

Frame shift


Question ID - 100345 :-

When mutation is confined to only one substitution, it is called

1)

Translocation

2)

Point mutation

3)

Base inversion

4)

Frame shift

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Answer Key : (2) -

When mutation is confined to only one substitution, deletion, insertion then this type of mutation is called point mutation. Sickle-cell anaemia is the example of point mutation in which the Glutamic acid (Glu) is replaced by valine (val) at the sixth position of -globin chain of haemoglobin molecule



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2)

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4)

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