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What Is a Gene's Job?

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Genes control inherited traits. Genes can be defined as portions of the DNA that are actively involved in producing polypeptide chains. They hold the ability to produce and maintain an organism's cells and pass genetic traits to offspring.
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The function of a gene is mainly to carry information that go towards determining the traits of an individual. These traits are characteristics, which are inherited from parents, for example, a freckled face, eye colour, height, and skin colour.
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