Mutation and recombination can both be defined as processes

Question: Genomes are dynamic entities that change over time as a result of the cumulative effects of small-scale sequence alterations caused by mutation and larger scale rearrangements arising from recombination. Mutation and recombination can both be defined as processes that result in changes to a genome, but they are unrelated and how would you make a clear distinction between them?

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