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How are trisomies and monosomies related to deletions and duplications respectively?

What is the significance of the following concepts in the image attached below and how are they linked (big picture)

 

11, Gene mutation and DNA repair: Outline
Mutations
How mutations happen: spontaneous
How mutations happen: induced
Ames test
DNA repair
Double-strand breaks and recombination
Transposable elements
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Transcribed Image Text:11, Gene mutation and DNA repair: Outline Mutations How mutations happen: spontaneous How mutations happen: induced Ames test DNA repair Double-strand breaks and recombination Transposable elements
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