Genetics as it applies to evolution, molecular biology, and medical aspects.
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Scientists often want to know if a genetically organism can pass its new traits onto a offspring and future generations. To get this information, which would be a better canadidate for your investigation, an organism in which each new generation developes and reproduces quickly, or one which does this more slowly.
Please help me on this question, I don't get it.
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Reproduction is the key to passing traits...should be pretty obvious.
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