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What is a gene?

Gene The central dogma of genetics was that one gene coded for one enzyme this was later altered to one gene coded for one polypeptide. As we learn more about genetics, th (MORE)
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What are genes?

Genes are the sections of DNA that code for a functional product, such as a protein. The environment and an organism's genes interact to produce traits.
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What Are Genes and what do they do?

Genes are the things that make you you. They come in 23 pairs and they decide lots of things like what colour your hair, eyes or skin is and whether or not you're colour blind (MORE)
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What do genes do?

predict what a person would or could look like inside and out,and genes can tell a cell how to make proteins. Roughly speaking, each gene is a set of instructions for making o (MORE)
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What are the genes?

Genes are the sections of DNA that code for a functional product, such as a protein. They interact with an organism's environment to produce traits.
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Where is a gene?

Gene is the fundamental unit of heredity and is located within the chromosomes of an organism. Depending on whether it is eukaryotic or prokaryotic, it may be located within t (MORE)
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What are genes and how do you get them?

genes is defined as " the functional unit of heredity responsible for the transmission of character to the progeny" it is present inside ur body in sex cell u cant get it ,it (MORE)
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Who do you get your genes from?

Your genes come from your parents. The DNA that has been passed on for generations up until your parents and then you determine which genes will be predominant (will physicall (MORE)
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What is gene and what does it do?

A gene is a sequence of DNA that encodes for a functional RNA molecule. What it does is contained a bunch of nucleotides which after being transcribed and translated make prot (MORE)
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What are genes on?

Each and every person has the same set of genes - about 20,000 in  all. The differences between people come from slight variations in  these genes. For example, a person wit (MORE)