Telomerase ends become shorter as humans age. This happens in part because of the process known as the end replication problem, whereby strands of DNA become uneven over time.
In science, the chemical telomerase is enzyme that is part of the DNA structure in humans. The chemical is used to help hinder the loss of important DNA in the ends of chromosomes.
DNA replication in humans occurs at a rate of ______ nucleotides per second.
Humans don't affect the occurance of earthquakes.
*How do pesticides affect humans and animals?
Humans affect the enviorment by the green house affect ,polution and having landfills
It is the degree of which a substance can affect humans. A toxin or a poison.
They can, but they may not show the same or all symptoms. A cold will not affect them the same way, the biggest problem is that they can give it to humans... and they are sneaky strep throat carriers too!
They help humans obtain food and affect the food chain enormously.
Humans affect leopards by killing them and using them for their fur,skin and teeth.
Humans are part of biodiversity
Humans affect the biosphere in numerous ways. One of the most common ways in which humans impact the biosphere is by their extraction of natural resources. Growth and expansion is another way in which humans affect the biosphere.
Four different groups of Shigella can affect humans.
Humans negatively affect the earth by causing litter to overcome Earth
Humans eventually construct houses,docks, and wooden bridges on the water that affect many fish population. For example, humans affect the salmon,the Betta, and the ...
The steps of viral replication are attachment, penetration, uncoating/disassembly, transcription/translation, and assembly/release. Choose the one you believe will be the most effective for blocking the viral replication without harming humans and their DNA replication.
by being humans, hahaha. :P
Because they are killed by humans
no because that can affect a humans body
the main problem with gravity is that it pulls down the animals and even the humans on the earth, so it affects them in this way.
Humans affect Killer Whales by pollution, whaling/hunting, and global warming.
The main affect humans had on the Tapir was hunting. They were hunted to the point of extinction for their meat and hides.
Extinction contributes to the loss of natural food sources.
we affect the ecosystem by pollution