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Junk dna

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Junk dna

That portion of dna which is not transcribed and expressed, comprising about 90% of the 3 billion base pairs of the human genome; its function is not known. Stretches of dna that do not code for genes; most of the genome consists of junk DNA.DNA that seems to have no apparent function and is therefore obsolete in its current [[genome.