Particular allele combinations
Expression patterns of certain genes
The environmental components of a trait
The number of chromosomes
Identify new drug targets
Cure all diseases that involve the same set of genes
Discover how our long-ago ancestors were related
Phenotype refers to the genetic instructions and genotype to their expression
Genotype refers to the genetic instructions and phenotype to their expression
The phenotype is RNA and the genotype is DNA
The phenotype is DNA and the genotype is RNA
Cell-genome-gene-DNA building block
DNA building block-gene-chromosome-genome
DNA building block-RNA building block-protein
They most often affect people late in life
They affect consecutive generations
They occur at the same frequency in every population
It is possible to predict occurrence in specific relatives
Variation of inherited traits
How organisms reproduce
How life orginated
How the environment causes disease
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The law does not protect people of mixed lineage.
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First messenger to receptor molecules to second messenger to cellular response
Receptor molecules to first messenger to second messenger to cellular response
First messenger to second messenger to receptor molecules to cellular response
First messenger to second messenger to cellular responses to receptor
Stimulate synthesis of carcinogens.
activate enzymes that cut DNA into same-sized pieces.
Cause mitochondria to replicate their DNA.
Alter the cell surface so that viruses can more easily enter.
Golgi apparatus and lysosome.
Mitochondrion and plasma membrane.
Nucleus and mitochondrion.
Nuclear lamina and endoplasmic reticulum.