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Gene Function

Gene Function

Gene Function. 19 Jan, 2005. Transfer of information. DNA  RNA  polypeptide Complementary base pairing transfers information during transcription to form RNA during translation between codon and anticodon DNA binding proteins recognize double- or single-stranded DNA

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NUTRITION AND GENE EXPRESSION Jan 23, 2014 Dr. Garry Handelman DEFINITION OF A GENE

NUTRITION AND GENE EXPRESSION Jan 23, 2014 Dr. Garry Handelman DEFINITION OF A GENE

NUTRITION AND GENE EXPRESSION Jan 23, 2014 Dr. Garry Handelman DEFINITION OF A GENE. WHAT IS A GENE? From 1960-1980, it was defined as “the set of nucleic acids that code for a certain protein”. Each gene was known to have a specific chromosomal location.

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RNA and Protein Synthesis

RNA and Protein Synthesis

RNA and Protein Synthesis. From Genes to PRoteins. All of the 100 trillion cells in your body came from one original cell: the fertilized egg that grew into YOU!. And all of those 100 trillion cells have exactly the same DNA in them.

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Genetic code

Genetic code

Genetic code. Lesson 1: The structure of DNA Objectives : I can describe the structure of DNA, I can explain the difference between an allele, a gene and homologous chromosomes. Genes.

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Genetic code:

Genetic code:

Genetic code: Def . Genetic code is the nucleotide base sequence on DNA ( and subsequently on mRNA by transcription) which will be translated into a sequence of amino acids of the protein to be synthesized. The code is composed of codons

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Genetic Code

Genetic Code

The genetic code consists of triplets The group of three nucleotides that together encode one amino acid was named a codon The genetic code is non-overlapping. Genetic Code. Remaining questions about the genetic code

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Genetic Code

Genetic Code

Genetic Code. Pathway for Gene Expression. 3 nucleotides encode a single amino acid. For 4 nucleotides to encode 20 amino acids, you need a coding unit of at least 3: A coding unit of 2 nucleotides can only encode 16 amino acids (4x4)

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Genetic code:

Genetic code:

Genetic code: Def . Genetic code is the nucleotide base sequence on DNA (and subsequently on mRNA by transcription) which will be translated into a sequence of amino acids of the protein to be synthesized. The code is composed of codons

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Genetic Code

Genetic Code

Genetic Code. Chapter 10-3. 4 Letters. DNA contains instructions; RNA is the understood language RNA has only 4 nitrogen bases (nucleotides): U, A, C, G The nucleotides are read in groups of three. Codons. Codon: a group of 3 nucleotides in mRNA that specifies an amino acid Example:

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GENETIC CODE

GENETIC CODE

GENETIC CODE. FILE 8: POINT MUTATIONS. 1. In a mRNA sequence ( wt ) there is a triplet UUU. After a mutation, the triplet changes in UUA. What kind of mutation happened and which effects have the mutation on the protein encoded by the gene?.

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Genetic Code

Genetic Code

The genetic code consists of triplets The group of three nucleotides that together encode one amino acid was named a codon The genetic code is non-overlapping. Genetic Code. Remaining questions about the genetic code

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Genetic Code

Genetic Code

Genetic Code. Codons composed of three nucleotides in RNA Codon specifies amino acid or stop Genetic code is redundant. Genetic Code Table. Reading Frames. One of three possible reading frames contains protein message. Mutations In Protein-Coding Sequences.

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