What is C-VALUE PARADOX?

The observation that amount of DNA material varies drastically even between similar species. Size of the haploid genome does not follow the complexity of organisms.

C-VALUE PARADOX: "C-value paradox can be easily seen in the genomes of amphibians, which vary over a 100-fold."

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