How to build your own Mendelian genome
In a nutshell, the genome is the set of genes that make up your body.
It is like a huge library of DNA that contains all of the information needed to make each cell, called a cell.
When cells divide, a new copy of the genome, called the progenitor cell, splits into two copies, called chromosomes, and is sent on its merry way.
In the case of humans, this process is called mitosis.
The cells that have the best chance of surviving a cell division, called germ cells, then develop into each individual’s germ cells.
By doing this, the cells of each person can develop into the correct body parts, such as breasts and ovaries, to make the body’s immune system and other bodily functions.
But there is one problem.
Because there are so many copies of a single gene, each cell is a mixture of its own DNA and other genetic material.
If this happens in a person, it could cause genetic damage.
In this case, the patient would be called an inheritable sick person, or a sick person who is too sick to be treated with a standard drug.
Mitosis is the first of the diseases associated with the disease, called congenital sick syndrome, or Cs.
The symptoms include: severe muscle weakness