Unanswered | Answered

Genetics

Parent Category: Biology
This section covers topics of genetics such as variation, pedigrees, Mendelian genetics and mutations.
1)Penetration, 2) Biosynthesis>(Early phase - Middle phase -Late phase ) 3)Gene regulation biochemistry, 4)Maturation andlysis, 5) Productive cycle.
Generally, the source of energy for cell functions is ATP orAdenosine triphosphate.
A room and a cell are alike in that they are isolated parts of acollection. The rooms have walls which separate them from the otherrooms of the house, and the cells have cell membranes (and cellwalls for plant cells) which separate them from the other cells inthe tissue. However, you can take the...
Yes, there is a nuclear membrane in interphase. It dissolves inprophase and then reforms in telophase.
Chloroplast in plant cell and nucleolus,endoplasmic reticulum,mitochondrial golgi apparatus
chromosomey. i think that is its scientific name.
RH factor in blood types stands for "Rhesus Factor". Blood testswere performed on Rhesus monkeys and the Rh+ and Rh- factors wereisolated. An antigen found in the red blood cells of most people:those who have Rh factor are said to be Rh positive (Rh+), whilethose who do not are Rh negative (Rh-)....
bacteria is not a plant or an animal because it is single-celled. plants and animals have many cells.
Phenotype is the observable characteristics shown by an organism itis affected by both genotype (alleles and genes) and environment.If ,for example, a boy inherited white-colour skin from both hismother and father but he spent a lot of time in the sun then he'sskin will get darker. Or if his parents...
Initiation involves binding of mRNA and initiator aminoacyl-tRNA to small subunit, followed by binding of large subunit. Initiation codon in mRNA (AUG)
the membrane of the tympanum or ear-drum.
Storage location of DNA, and are used to pass on genetic traits.
In 1665 the first biological cells were documented by Robert Hooke.He looked at thin slices of cork under a microscope.
The phenomenon of multidrug resistance is correlated with the presence of a membrane protein, P-glycoprotein, which pumps a wide variety of drugs out of cells thus reducing their toxicity. This is similar to "flippase" but the mode of action is unknown. It requires energy as do all enzymes and is...
That depends on the life cycle of the organism. Geneticists oftenuse fruit flies for that reason as they reproduce quickly.
I wouldn't say that. The main purpose of respiration, that inbiochemistry is known as "oxidative phosphorylation" is to produceATP molecules. A complete chain of an oxidative phosphorylationpathway goes from a molecule of glucose that is degraded intosmaller molecules, passing through tricarboxylic...
Carbohydrates are the easiest for cells to breakdown into energy in the form of ATP.
Pepsi Co.
if u mean "celular respiration", then the answer probably is -chemical energy to heat energy....
Seeds are enclosed in fruits. Leaves are usually broad and flat. Flowers are presentbut cones are absent. Fertilization Is double. Angiosperms are divided into two major groups .... 1. Monocotyledons 2. Dicotyledons In angiosperms, the reproductive structures are located in the flower, which...
Cytoplasm comprises most of an animal cell, so it's about the sizeof the cell. In a plant cell you have a large vacuole so it'ssomewhat smaller.
Digestive and circulatory systems.
Around 80 to 90 percent. Acurracy: 85.55%
The percent of cell in meta phase in 45
When you changeone or several nitrogenous bases it produces a change in thefunction of the protein. The reason why is because the amino acidthat is being added to the protein changes due to the change of oneof the base. So the shape will change and have a differentfunction. Your Welcome,...
ive been a hair dresser for 11 years. in my opinion you should go with black! blonde and brown tend to not look very good together depending on the color of brown!
To control what goes In and out the cell
DNA stays in the nucleus it safe there. it won't get lost in the cell
DNA is not copied in mitosis but in s phase of inter phase .
To be more accurate the nucleus doesn't split in mitosis becauseafter DNA replicates in interphase and prophase starts nuclearmembrane is removed and there is no longer a nucleus just freechromosomes. These separate in anaphase and then in telophase wheretwo daughter cells are going to be produced...
If you have both, you have a lot of influence on a LOT of people.And, depending on how good your heart is, you'll make good choices.But, unfortunately, generally speaking, not very many people remaingood at heart with a lot of power and authority in their lives.
G1 phase, G2 phase of the cell cycle
A molecule of pyruvic acid (C3H4O3) contains 3 carbon atoms, so onemolecule of pyruvic acid will form 3 molecules of carbon dioxidewhen it is completely oxidized to CO2 and water.
Inheritance, segregation, and independent assortment. He used peaplants in his experiment, this was generally genes and punnetsquares and how they worked.
Bananas have 33 chromosomes. Pears have 32.
not a very bad (effective) symptom
DNA has four different bases. The bases of DNA are adenine,guanine, cytosine, and thymine. Thymine is the smaller pyrimidinesand Guanine are the larger purines.
In which sentence is the italicized word used correctly A. Its the bottom of the ninth inning and the bases are loaded. B.Can you grab my phone ? Its on the Table. C. The cougar stalkedit's prey through the jungle. D. I closed the door because it'sfreezing in here!
this is the process of photosynthesis...it all starts with the DNA,the mRNA copies the genetic information from the DNA and makes astrand of mRNA, this is then transported to the nucleus where thetRNA combines with the mRNA to make codons (3 bases=1 codon) thesecodons then go into a ribosome and an...
First, the plant undergoes photosynthesis, as normal. Once theglucose is produced, it is turned into starch through a processcalled polymerization. This happens in the organelle known as theamyloplast. Once the amyloplast has turned the glucose into starch,it moves the starch to the stroma, which is...
Mirror , eyepiece , slide, lens, arm
Guard cells are usually found on the underside of leaves and they are few in number in order to reduce water loss.
okay, well. Ribosomes create protein yeah? and hormones are made from protein So therefore more proteins are needed in the hormone cell then the skin cell. and least... that's my thoughts...I'm not to certain about it tho
Hormones are usually made out of proteins and lipids. Ribosomesmake proteins. Skin is also protein. But most likely, more hormonesare made in a hormone-producing cell (called an endocrine cell) ina faster turnover than a skin cell. Thus, there would need to bemore ribosomes in the endocrine cell.
The main source of genetic variation is a large population with alarge gene pool.
DNA replicaton begins when the two complementary DNA strands are separated. This is usually accomplished by special proteins that unwind the molecule and expose the nucleotide bases (imagining zipping down your sweater or whatever) New complimentary DNA strands are then synthesized by pairing up...
nutrition, respiration, excretion, secretion, irritability, motion, and reproduction
I wouldn't call them side chains, a term which refers to part of abranching carbon skeleton. The two functional groups involved inbonding are the carboxylic acid group, -COOH and the amino group, -NH2.
The more substrate the faster the rate of reaction up to a point where it levels out. Basically the enzymes and substrates bounce around until they meet the substrate that the enzyme can catalyse so obviously with more substrate there's more chance of he enzyme bumping into the right substrate
the Gene is a term or tree
By helping to make recombinant proteins such as enzymes, vaccinesand therapeutics. Not only for HIV but for other diseases too.
The performance-intensity function plots a listener's performance on audiologically assessed speech tests at various intensity levels "(loudness") to determine the maximum speech discrimination or word recognition scores, aka PB max.
Genotype (DNA) . Blood Type . (+, -) or (+ , +). Rh+.
DNA's code is written in only four 'letters', called A , C , T and G . The meaning of this code lies in the sequence of the lettersA, T, C and G in the same way that the meaning of a word lies inthe sequence of alphabet letters. Your cells read the DNA sequence to make chemicals that your...
Absolutely not. Blood tests exist so that couples will not be at risk for HIV, AIDS or other diseases.
two capital or two lowercase letters in the GENOTYPE (ex: TT or tt)it's also called HOMOZYGOUS.
It's just an id checker, only letting in the people whom are permitted.
Adenine, Thymine,Guanine, Cytosine and Uracil.
Not get your meaning clearly. Maybe you can find answers byvisiting Creative Biomart's website about gene expression.
Cells copy their DNA and give it to each half, and then splits into two
Nucleic acids are the building blocks of DNA and RNA. The five nucleic acids are: . 3 pyrimidine bases: Cytosine and Thymine (or Uracil in RNA) next to . 2 purine bases: Adenine and Guanine. None of them contains an amino group which is essential in proteinformation of amino acids. Proteins are...
Both Prokaryotes and Eukaryotes have proofreading mechanisms builtin that read newly synthesized DNA strands and check for mutations.Then by utilizing exonucleases and ligases they can cut and removethe mutated base pair and religate the DNA (join the ends backtogether again). One way you could help...
Sperm cell.
Glucose is broken down into two molecules of pyruvate. a molecule of glucospyruvic /acid is madee is split /ATP is produced
A cell with no cell wall, just a cell membrane. Such as an animal cell.
Yes, DNA and RNA have different sugar . DNA contains deoxyribosesugar whereas RNA consists of ribose sugar, which are completelydifferent from each other.
About 98% of human DNA is termed non genomic! Much research isrequired to elicidate what the all the other information codes for!The question is not scientific as it appears to pesonalise thesituation and is not specific enough meaning it is open tomisinterpretation as a result! Not a good question.
permeable (has channels/transporters for specific ions/molecules)
The introduction of animals into a breeding population that areunrelated will increase genetic variation.
Histology is the study of tissues and organs through theexamination of the microscopical architecture of tissues and therelationship between the different types of cells and tissue typesfound within tissues and organs.
Use of a different necessary process besides the particular element transport. In active transport this process is energy consumption and in facilitated transport it is simultaneous transport of another element.
Carbohydrates, Lipids, Proteins, and Nucleic Acids.
I'm unsure of what you mean by 'goal' but I'm pretty sure you mean'purpose' in that case: DNA is the blueprint of life. It dictates eye colour, bonestructure, blood type, basically everything about you.
By Sexually Transmittive Disease or by germs. Brought to you myyour mother.