What are the consequences of generative mutations?

Generative mutations, i.e., violations of the DNA structure in germ cells, can lead to spontaneous abortions (miscarriages), stillbirth and an increase in the incidence of hereditary diseases. Moreover, if these mutations do not cause the death of the body and do not lead to serious violations of reproductive function, they will be transmitted from generation to generation, gradually increasing the frequency of occurrence in the population.

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