Answer to Question #142969 in Molecular Biology for Alvin Essel

Question #142969
why do organisms with same base sequence differ from each other
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2020-11-09T10:54:32-0500

Answer:

This is due to the fact that genome encodes not the exact propagation of the trait, but the limits of variability of a trait. The development of a trait, therefore, depends on multiple factors, which include environmental factors, epigenetic modifications, various intracellular interactions and, to some extent, stochastic (random) processes.

Therefore, do develop exactly same phenotype from a particular genotype, the whole set of factors, which is practically uncountable, should be the same, and that is statistically impossible.


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