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The body of multicellular animals (salamanders, frogs and so on) is made of more than hundred
different kinds of somatic cells. Even though they’re so different, they all have the same genome (the
same DNA, the same set of genes). This is called genomic equivalence. How can you prove that? Explain
an experiment that can prove that.

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