If you extract the DNA of the coliphate thetaX174, you will find that its composition is 25 percent A, 33 percent T, 24 percent G, and 18 percent C. Does this make sense in terms of Chargaff's rules? How would you interpret this result? How might such a phage replicate its DNA?
Ideas are expressed.
Describe the structure and function of DNA as the molecule of inheritance.
I need a better understanding of the below:
a. Describe the structure of DNA.
b. Discuss how the structure of DNA allows it to serve as the basis for inheritance.
c. Examine how meiosis allows DNA to be divided into gametes.
d. Describe how
In given a polypeptide that is composed of five amino acids: methionine-valine-glutamic acid-lysine-tyrosine. What is the mRNA sequence, the complementary DNA sequence, and the tRNA anticodons of( *See Attached Chart*) Please include the STOP codon.
How is information about DNAstructure used as a taxonomic tool?
How does the morphological species concept differ from that of a phylogenetic species.
How are DNA - DNA hybridization results used to classify organisms?
What have "molecular clocks" to do with classification of organisms?
Classify your self from kingd
DNA & RNA
10.In "C" we mutated one letter. What role do you think the redundancy of the genetic code plays, in light of this change?
11.Based on your observations, why do you suppose the mutations we made in "D" and "E" are called frame shift mutations.
12.Which mutations do you suspect have the greatest