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|Citation:||Blundell, R. (2007). Genome organisation. Research Journal of Medical Sciences, 1, 6-8.|
|Abstract:||The genome is a functional unit consisting of a hierarchy of subunits: one or more chromosomes, a number of genes, pseudogenes and “junk” DNA (repetitive/simple sequences). The sizes of the genomes vary from one organism to another. Some examples are shown in Table 1.|
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