Genes contain instructions for assembling which macromolecules?
All of the ones needed to exist by the owner of the gene.
Well,i m not a scientist but i can say dat Genes dont contain information about assembling anything. But dey contain the info dat how anyone's body will be formed & work after fertilization of the gamates of mother & father.So they contain the overall info about the progeny's body structure & function.
The functional units of DNA that contain 3 instructions for making 1 or more proteins are the A. Genes C. Three types of RNA B. Multiple Enzymes D. Chromosomes?
To a first approximation each gene contains the instructions to build one protein molecule. However there are a few exceptions to this: a few genes do not code for proteins at all, their "messenger RNA" molecules are used directly without translation for regulating other genes in a small number of organisms with very small genomes (e.g. certain viruses) a gene may have more than one transcription frame allowing it to have instructions for building two…
A gene has several parts. In most genes, the protein-making instructions are broken up into relatively short sections called exons. These are interspersed with introns, longer sections of "extra" or "nonsense" DNA. Genes also contain regulatory sequences, which help determine where, when, and in what amount proteins are made.
A unicellular organism is an animal with just one cell, inside the nucleus, there are chromosomes which contain genes, at first all of the genes are turned on (Have a positive charge) ... Depending on which genes are turned off (Had an electron added to them) after the cell was created, this determines the actions of the cell throughout its life... When the genes have been switched off it is then the nucleus which drives…