A genome is all genetic data of a single cell. That includes the genes in the nucleus, but also that of mitochondrial DNA.
A gene is a section of the genome which codes for one protein. It consists of various codons.
Every single codon codes for one amino acid (Many amino-acids put together form a protein). Every codon consists of three adjacent nucleotides.
Recombinant DNA can replace a gene in an animal's genome.
Gene, chromosome, genome
order from largest to smallest: gene, genome, chromosome, DNA, gene pool
genes make up a genome
A gene is just the DNA that stores genetic information, a genome is all the genetic material in an organism.
gene is part of DNA while genome is all set of genes in individual
nucleotide, gene, dna, chromosome, genome
A gene map of the human genome
genome chromosome DNA gene
A gene is one sequence of DNA that codes for a hereditary trait. The genome is all of an organism's genetic or hereditary information.
to identify the DNA sequence of every gene in the human genome.
the human protein coded for by the human gene
A gene is a functional unit on DNA. A gene codes for a protein. Most of the DNA in a genome does not code for protein. These non-coding sequences are thought to provide a sense of stability and integrity to the genome. If a DNA sequence is capable of coding for a functional protein, then it is a gene