Having a harmful of bad effect.Deleterious Permanent structural alterations in DNA, consisting of either substitutions, insertions or deletions of nucleotide bases.Mutations

Permanent structural alterations in DNA, consisting of either substitutions, insertions or deletions of nucleotide bases.Mutations Overall  Having a harmful of bad effect.Deleterious
Conservative 4.2  1.6
Realistic 6.7 3.1

"The Having a harmful of bad effect.deleterious A permanent structural alteration in DNA, consisting of either a substitution, insertion or deletion of nucleotide bases.mutation rate appears to be so high in humans and our close relatives that it is doubtful that such species, which have low reproductive rates, could survive if Relating to a permanent structural alteration in DNA, consisting of either a substitution, insertion or deletion of nucleotide bases.mutational effects on fitness were to combine in a multiplicative way."

Eyre-Walker, A. & Keightley, P. D. 1999. High genomic Having a harmful of bad effect.deleterious A permanent structural alteration in DNA, consisting of either a substitution, insertion or deletion of nucleotide bases.mutation rates in hominids. Nature 397: 344-347.

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Evolutionists are faced with a serious problem in explaining how hominids could have evolved given their high rate for accumulation of Having a harmful of bad effect.deleterious Permanent structural alterations in DNA, consisting of either substitutions, insertions or deletions of nucleotide bases.mutations, and their extremely low reproductive rates. How do these harmful Permanent structural alterations in DNA, consisting of either substitutions, insertions or deletions of nucleotide bases.mutations get removed as one species evolves into another? If evolution is correct, then the hominids should have become extinct many millions of year ago, due to the accumulation of these bad Permanent structural alterations in DNA, consisting of either substitutions, insertions or deletions of nucleotide bases.mutations.


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  1. Eyre-Walker, A. & Keightley, P. D. 1999. High genomic Having a harmful of bad effect.deleterious A permanent structural alteration in DNA, consisting of either a substitution, insertion or deletion of nucleotide bases.mutation rates in hominids. Nature 397: 344-347.

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