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How would the nurse explain the physiological significance of translation as it applies to genetics?

▸ "Translation is the duplication of DNA."

▸ "Translation is the formation of protein."

▸ "Translation occurs before transcription in the development of gametes."

▸ "RNA makes DNA in a process called translation."
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