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Where would a DNA substitution have the smallest or least effect on the organism?
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no because the DNA doesn't make up what your bone structure will look like it just means they inherited it from there ancestors.
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Arguably Pluto ( no longer considered a planet) because it is the furthest from the Sun.
In an organism, a genetic code is made by the cells, but in that genetic sequence, if one or more letters are change, replaced, or deleted, then those cause mutations in… the organism In an organism, a genetic code is made by the cells, but in that genetic sequence, if one or more letters are change, replaced, or deleted, then those cause mutations in the organism
A colony of bacteria growing on a culture medium is successfully synthesizing an organic compound Which procedure would be least likely to have an effect on this synthesis?
increasing the number of hormone molecules in a colony
Short answer: No. Long answer: First you must realize that every cell in a human body has it's own copy of a persons DNA and only expresses the required portion of the genome… for its function. Your cells are also constantly dying and being replaced by new cells. This is why gene therapy (where genetic disorders like cystic fibrosis are treated using viral vectors modified to contain the wild type of the mutant allele rather than viral DNA/RNA) is not a magic bullet. So there are at least two reasons why this would do nothing even assuming the DNA is able to be successfully incorporated (which is extremely unlikely in the first place): 1. It would only effect a small number of cells that would soon be replaced. 2. Each cell is unlikely to express the foreign sequence. If for example you were to do this to a human zygote (the first cell of a human embryo) the result would be almost certainly be spontaneous termination (miscarriage).
one effect is the rule of law, law come from religion in the first place. second effect would be the fear of god.
I believe there is only one form of DNA. There are numerous forms of RNA. The least common RNA molecule is tRNA as it is stimulated by the protein synthesis cycle and is only …produced at certain times.
In order to remain on top of their game in a very competitive market.
A type of ant called myrecia pilosula has to chromosomes in a female and male.
well, they can compare because of evolution and who knows 1000 years ago it might of have been the same animal>=)
What would be the effects of a substitution in one of the nucleotides in a synthesis of polypeptide?
The effects of a substitution in one of the nucleotides in a synthesis of polypeptide would cause a mutation. However without knowing which nucleotide you were substituting, a…nd which one you were replacing it is difficult to give a more specific answer.
It depends. Some changes wouldn't have any effect on protein, since a few codones are translated to each amino acid, other would change one amino acid in the protein (in m…ost cases the protein would still function, but less effectively) and finaly a change may occure, that completely changes the protein (such mutations makes protein helpless and may cause even death).
A silent mutation