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Problem: Select which example are induced mutations.a. nitrous acid causes the deamination of adenine to hypoxanthine.b. transposition causes the formation of deletions.c. errors in DNA replication cause the formation of point mutations.d. ionizing radiation causes chromosomal fragmentation

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Mutagenesis: process of creating mutations in a lab by exposing DNA to a chemical agent

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Select which example are induced mutations.

a. nitrous acid causes the deamination of adenine to hypoxanthine.

b. transposition causes the formation of deletions.

c. errors in DNA replication cause the formation of point mutations.

d. ionizing radiation causes chromosomal fragmentation

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