Any type of DNA mutation is a permanent change in the genetic material.
All DNA mutations are copied during DNA replication and transmitted from parent to descendant cells. So, all types of DNA mutations are heritable. Nevertheless, not all mutations will be passed on from one generation of living organisms to another.
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