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my whole thinking about the y chromosome is now been transformed by that understanding that the y together with the x represent a grand experiment of nature: to transform a perfectly matched ordinary pair of chromosomes into this extraordinarily differentiated x and y chromosomes something that we understand has unfolded across the last 300 million years of our evolution.

what I understand here: my understanding has changed, because Y with together x, transformed ordinary pair to differentieated x and y chromosomes, which unfolded across the last 300 million years of our evolution.

Is this correct?

Can you make your comment about this paragraph please.

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My whole thinking understanding about the y chromosome is now has been transformed by that understanding that the y, together with the x, represents a grand experiment of nature: to transform a perfectly matched ordinary pair of chromosomes into this extraordinarily differentiated x and y chromosomes, something that we understand has unfolded across the last 300 million years of our evolution.

What I understand
here: My understanding has changed, because Y with together x, transformed ordinary pair to differentieated x and y chromosomes, which unfolded across the last 300 million years of our evolution.

It just feels like it's a little repetitious.

K.

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