Country: United States
Date: September 2008
Is it true that there is only a 10% variance among all
The question is kind of vague. Are we talking about 10% variation between
members of the same species? It would be much lower than that, probably way
less than 1%. If we're talking about variation between all organisms, it
would be much higher than 10%.
Ron Baker, Ph.D.
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