What is the physical manifestation of an organism?

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Phenotype
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Genetic material is translated many times, later
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Any that use asexual forms of reproduction in the absence of new random mutations. Binary fission in protists is one, parthenogenesis e.g. in aphids where new individuals are produced
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Usually it’s pretty straightforward: you feel happy and you smile. You feel sad and you cry. You feel angry and you scowl, kick, scream, and brood.
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