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Acarcinogenic mutation is not inheritable. what could be the reason for this? . a: it occurs in germ cells and can be passed on to decendants during reproduction . b: the mutations could be treated by chemotherapy . c: it occurs in somatic cells and thus are not usually transmitted to descendants
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The possible answer is a letter: it occurs in somatic cells so they are not usually transmitted to an offspring.
This was caused by radiation or other carcinogens. Even if it has occurred in the fetal stages, the embryo will not receive the carcinogenic mutation,