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Which of the following information CANNOT be obtained from the Human Genome Project? a. causes of genetic disorders b. amino acid sequences of human proteins c. locations of genes on
chromosomes d. whether an allele is dominant or recessive
Which of the following information CANNOT be obtained from the Human Genome Project? d. whether an allele is dominant or recessive
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