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Problem: What makes an insertion sequence different from other DNA sequences found in a cell?A. They can integrate into the cell genome.B. They contain inverted repeats.C. They are capable of effecting their own movement from one location to another on DNA.

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Transposons: DNA sequences that can move in the genome

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What makes an insertion sequence different from other DNA sequences found in a cell?

A. They can integrate into the cell genome.

B. They contain inverted repeats.

C. They are capable of effecting their own movement from one location to another on DNA.

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