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Bacterial genomes exhibit a wide range of compositional diversity, most spectacularly represented by variation in genome GC content, which varies in different organisms from as low as 17% to as high as 75%. The nature of the biological processes underlying these differences has been long debated and two polarizing interpretations have been advanced, one proposing that GC content is driven by genome-specific mutational biases (the mutational hypothesis), and one that it reflects different selective processes in different organisms. "Luciano Brocchier, The GC Content of Bacterial Genomes"
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