Compose a letter to a member of Congress representing pro/cons concerning the development and usage of GMOâ??s. (genetically modified organisms(. 3pros 3cons -Thanks
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** Please see the attached file for the complete problem description ** Information: If Egr-1 is a transcription factor that regulates expression of the GalK gene, then it would be expected that the GalK gene would possess upstream promoter regions to which Egr-1 would bind. Analysis of the published sequence of the GalK g
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5) Two homologous human chromosomes have the following structure: - -A - - B - - . C - - D - - E - -F - -G - -H - - I - -J - - - -A - - D - -C - . - B - -E - -F - - G - -J - -I - -H - - Where the letters represent genetic markers and the black dot represents the centromere. 1) Diagram the two chromosomes as they would be
What is Embryonic Gene Testing and what is the controversy behind this testing?
Explain how one media can identify both the selective and differential nature of the organism. Each one identifies different properties of the organism growing on the agar.
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Analyze the relationship between genetics and learning. Thank you so much for your help!
A brief overview of the debate surrounding genetic food modification, the process by which transgenic organisms are created. How is this process similar to the more traditional selective breeding and how is it different? What are the potential benefits of genetic modification of food? What are the concerns of those opposed to
6) Mutational changes were introduced in a single codon in the gene of T4 phage. The following amino acid substitutions were observed. By following the base changes in the codons determine the codon for each mutant. Assume each amino acid substitution resulted from a single base substitution. Codons for several amino acids are p
1. A child wonders if she is adopted and hence compares her blood type to those of her parents. Her father is type AB and her mother is type O. What blood type of the child would indicate that she might have been adopted? 2. Color blindness is a sex linked recessive trait in humans. The only member of Judy's family who is
1) The genes GHI are on a single chromosome in the following order: ---G--------H-------------------------------------- I ------------------ 5 mu 15 mu The distance between G and H is 5 mu and the distance between genes H an I is 15 mu. What are the numbers of various progeny (assume a total of 4
Conclusions related to sickle cell anemia based on a gel eltrophoresis sample image.
I have a question from class where we have to write out the genotype of the triply heterozygous mother (given the frequency of the progeny). What I'm having trouble understanding is, how can it be determined what order to write the alleles in if the chromosome number isn't given or if it doesn't state if its sex-linked? Is the
Consider the following two genotypes: AABB , aabb where A and B are dominant and a and b are recessive: 1) What is the genotype of the F1 progeny from an AABB x aabb cross? 2) Construct a Punnet square of the F1 self cross (i.e. F1 x F1). What are the genotypic ratios from this testcross? What are the phenotypic ratios?
If you isolated a cDNA coding of an unknown gene transcription factor, determine how you could perform the following: (i) isolation of genomic gene encoding for the cDNA and the characterization of the structure, (ii) the chromosomal location of the gene, (iii) and identity of the genes within a cell whose expression is potenti
Subject: Organizational Behavior Business to research: Genentech Website: http://www.gene.com/gene/index.jsp 1. Develop an outline for your paper accordingly: provide a brief history of the company including their products and services and how they go to market. For example, what were their primary products in the begi
Name the phase in which a sister chromatid begins to separate from each other. Give the name for homologous chromosomes being in separate cells at the end of cell division. Give the name for the phase in which homologous chromosomes appear. Give the name of the phase in which a homologous chromosome breaks apart and beg
A farmer breeds a champion bull with a good quality cow of the same breed. Discuss why the offspring from the champion bull may not necessarily have the attributes to become champions themselves. Include simple diagrams and describe how the characters resulting in a favourable phenotype arise and the importance of combinations
Sickle-cell disease results from a point mutation in the second nucleotide of the codon GAA, changing it to GUA. This results in a change in the amino acid at position 6 in the hemoglobin protein. This solution shows the effect that this mutation would have on the amino acid encoded by this codon, using as an example an RNA mol
Please help with the following problem. If the frequency of the dominant phenotypes (AA + Aa) is 0.8 and the population is in Hardy-Weinberg equilibrium, can you calculate the allele frequencies? Can you calculate the genotype frequencies? Show your calculations.
1. Two mothers give birth to sons at the same time in a busy urban hospital. The son of couple #1 is afflicted with hemophilia A. Neither parent has the disease. Couple #2 has a normal son despite the fact that the father has hemophilia A. The two couples sue the hospital in court claiming that a careless doctor swapped their b
Understanding Inheritance and probability If we perform a F1 cross of the corn we can predict the probabilities of obtaining a particular outcome. For example, we can ask; what is the probability of getting a purple smooth corn seed from a dihybrid F1 cross of PpSs?
please answer these questions: Short Answers 1. Diagram the process of meiosis using the four chromosomes given below. 2. A father has dimples, the mother does not have dimples, and one of their three children have dimples but the other two do not. Dimples (D) are dominant over no dimples (d). Give the probable gen
7. Below are genetic sequences for a gene found in four different species. Which species are the most closely related? Species A: AGT-CTA-CTT-ACT-ATC-CTA Species B: AGT-CTA-CTT-ACC-ATC-CTA Species C: AGT-AAA-CTT-ACC-ATC-CTA Species D: AGA-CTA-TTT-ACC-ATG-CTA a. Species A and B b. Species A and C c. Species A and D d. Species
Hardy-Weinberg Equilibrium a) Address the following Hardy-Weinberg Equilibrium problem. i) A population of iguanas on the Galapagos Islands has 20 individuals with webbed feet and 180 individuals with the dominant trait of non-webbed feet. What are the frequencies of webbed feet and non-webbed feet traits in thi
How does eukaryotic gene regulation differ from prokaryotic? How does histone modification affect gene regulation?
How does S. pneumoniea acquire antibiotic resistance? What are the levels at which Gene expression can be controlled?
Please state whose daughter it is? How did you come up with that conclusion?
1. PKU (Phenylketonuria) is an inherited disease caused by a recessive allele. If a woman and her husband, who are both carriers have three children, what is the probability that (a) no children with disease (b)1 child with disease (c) 2 children with disease (d) 3 children with disease. *Please show all your wor