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“Dark matter” is the region of the chromosome that constitutes highly repeated sequences.

(a) True

(b) False

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The best explanation: Dark matter refers to the region of chromosomes, especially in and around the centromeres of each chromosome. It consists of long stretches of highly repeating DNA sequences.

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