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(EurekAlert)   "You see, Billy, when two sex cells love each other very much, they exchange vast pieces of DNA, ensuring each new cell has its own genetic makeup and explains why, except for identical twins, no two siblings are ever completely genetically alike"   (eurekalert.org) divider line
    More: Giggity, Gene, Meiosis, Gamete, Chromosome, Cell, Eukaryote, DNA, mathematical model  
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