Amazing Never Seen Before Pictures Of Genetic Mutation

We all know that since ancient times humans have evolved, from being apes to being human today. Not just humans every living organism constantly evolves with time to survive this world. The process of evolving in any living organism is known as genetic mutation. In humans genetic mutation is a very common phenomenon, people of different race when make a child together leading to mutation in the child's genetics. Here we have some amazing never seen before pictures of genetic mutation in humans, read the article to know more.....

We all know that since ancient times humans have evolved, from being apes to being human today. Not just humans every living organism constantly evolves with time to survive this world. The process of evolving in any living organism is known as genetic mutation. In humans genetic mutation is a very common phenomenon, people of different race when make a child together leading to mutation in the child’s genetics. Here we have some amazing never seen before pictures of genetic mutation in humans, read the article to know more…..

Mutation is a common phenomenon!

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Mutation is a very common thing in humans, some people who may think this girl is wearing contact lenses but in fact she has naturally attained her amazing eye color.

Examples of genetic mutation!

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The most commonly found examples of genetic mutation is found in the eyes, here a example of a girl, her childhood photos with her mother shows how she attained recessive blue-eyed gene for her eyes from her mother.

Here is another example!

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Now you would thing why does she only have one blue eye? The condition that causes such phenomenon is called heterochromia, this condition which provides an excess or lack of melanin, causing one of the irises to have different colors. This condition can affect hair and skin too.

Sectoral heterochromia can be caused by injury, disease, and genetic mutations.

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In any of the above cases the two different shades of the iris can be caused by excess or lack of melanin. For more mind  blowing pictures of genetic mutation read on next page…..