Mutations. Mutations . Point mutations single base change base-pair substitution silent mutation no amino acid change redundancy in code missense change amino acid nonsense change to stop codon. When do mutations affect the next generation? . Point mutation leads to Sickle cell anemia.
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When do mutationsaffect the nextgeneration?
What kind of mutation?
hydrophobic amino acid
Where would this mutation cause the most change:beginning or end of gene?
transports chloride through protein channel out of cell
Osmotic effects: H2O follows Cl-
cells lining lungs
bacteria & mucus build up
thickened mucus hard to secrete
mucus secreting glands
loss of oneamino acid
What’s the value ofmutations?