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    A student wrote that UV light increased the likelihood of mutations in the protein that the cell made. Why is this not correct?
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    it should be right
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    Give the context. What protien and what cell? Btw mutations don't happen in protein.
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    thats all there is, thats exactly what the question is
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    A mutation is a change in DNA's base sequence therefore the UV light increases likelihood of mutation in DNA not in a protein although DNA mutation can effect protein production.
 
 
 
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