A Mutation That Involves One or a Few Nucleotides Is Called?

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A mutation that involves one or a few nucleotides would be called a point mutation. Germ mutations are those which occurs in an organism's gametes.
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A mutation that involves a single nucleotide is called a point mutation. It is called a point mutation because it can be related to either inversion or substitution ...
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