Problem: If a chromosome in one of your bone cells becomes mutated, you will not pass this mutation onto your children because: a. Somatic cells cannot undergo mitosisb. Germ cells cannot undergo meiosisc. Germ cells cannot undergo mitosisd. Somatic cells cannot undergo meiosis

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If a chromosome in one of your bone cells becomes mutated, you will not pass this mutation onto your children because: 

a. Somatic cells cannot undergo mitosis

b. Germ cells cannot undergo meiosis

c. Germ cells cannot undergo mitosis

d. Somatic cells cannot undergo meiosis

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