Asked in Biology, Charles Darwin, Evolution
What is mutation theory of evolution?
The mutation theory is basically stating that mutation is one of the major factors that cause evolution. The mutation has to be a beneficial mutation, meaning that it has to help the survival of the organism that got the mutation. The mutation causes knew genes and diversity which can spread quickly throughout a population and eventually change the frequency of alleles (causes mutation) Remember the mutation has to be beneficial to the survival of the organism. ...
Asked in Actors & Actresses
What actors and actresses appeared in Mutation Background - 2011?
The cast of Mutation Background - 2011 includes: Jeremias Acheampong as David Sarah Alles Niels Bormann as Director Arne Fiedler Alessija Lause as Tina Kailas Mahadevan as Caster Tom Strauss Saeed Taba as Vahid Hadjiloo ...
Asked in Genetics, The Difference Between
What are the similarities of a nonsense mutation and a missense mutation?
Both nonsense and missense mutations are point mutations - meaning a single base has been substituted. The difference between the two is that a missense mutation results in an amino acid being replaced with a different amino acid, whereas a nonsense mutation results in a premature stop codon. ...
Asked in Biology, Genetics, Biochemistry
Why is a gametic mutation worse than a somatic mutation?
A somatic mutation will only affect the organism which already contains that mutation and will not pass that mutation to its offspring. A gametic mutation may not affect the organism which contains the mutation, but that mutation may or will be passed to its offspring, where the mutation might be, or can be expressed. ...
Asked in Math and Arithmetic, Biology, Genetics
Which type of mutation affects more genes a genes mutation or a chromosomal mutation?
a chromosomal mutation
What meaning do the first and last codons have for protein synthesis?
The first and last codons have a great meaning for protein synthesis. The mainly help in the process referred to as mutation. ...
Does mutation occur in klinefelter syndrome?
Mutation of a gene is not necessary for Klinefelter's Syndrome. It is an autosomal disorder meaning that an entire chromosome failed to disjunction during anaphase and so there are 2 X chromosomes and a Y chromosome. ...
What will happen if there is a mutation to the gametes?
If there is a mutation to the gametes then the offspring will have the mutation. This mutation is not always expressed on the outside but can affect that organism's offspring. ...
What the meaning of the word background?
First of all background has a lot of meanings one is background where you take pictures and you choose a background like stars or stripes or moon. Second background is what is really inside of you if you are a stalker,backstabber,nicey-nice, or a goddy-goody. lUcY waZ hEre :p ...
Asked in Genetics
What is the meaning of a 'conditional lethal genetic mutation'?
This means that you have a genetic disease where as your DNA suppresses certain proteins in your body, thus either 1: giving you a deadly mutation somewhere on the body or 2: killing you I think? ...