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It's infrequent, but our own nucleotide sequences can change as the result of spontaneous or environmental damage (which might remove or shift a nucleotide position). What does this change? Select one: a. It changes the gene involved, and can then change the protein. b. It changes organisms into fundamentally different organisms. c. We are not certain what happens. It's never been documented. d. It changes nothing because of the almost infinite combinations of sequences.

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