Genomic variation studies

In the previous sections, you learned how to identify genetic variations. In this section, we will explore the different types of studies that can be used to answer biological questions about genetic variation. These studies include genome wide association studies, studies on the functional consequences of genetic variants, and population genetics. We will highlight the key features of these types of studies and outline how they have been used to answer biological questions.

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