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What is a mutation and what are they caused by?

A mutation is a change in the base sequence of DNA. A mutation can be caused by a mistake during replication of DNA or by mutagenic agents. Mutagenic agents include chemicals that can act as bases or radiation that can alter the DNA sequence.

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