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S. Nicole, Wordsmith
Answered: Jul 05, 2019
DNA is the abbreviation for DeoxyriboNucleic acids. DNA usually takes active roles during human formation because it contains genetic information that can be passed from one generation to...Read More

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H. Jones, Web Content Writer
Answered: Sep 11, 2019
Okazaki fragments and lagging strands are terms in DNA replication. These two terms are not in any way the same, but they are related. Lagging strands refers to the DNA strands that grow or...Read More

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J. Emmerich, Web Content Writer
Answered: Oct 16, 2018
It is true that identical twins form from one egg. They share some similarities when it comes to their DNA but fingerprints cannot be considered entirely as a genetic characteristic. This means...Read More

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C. Evins, College Student
Answered: Nov 01, 2019
Enhancers and promoters are different, but both play vital roles in DNA transcription. An enhancer is a special sequence of DNA that helps to increase the rate of initiation of DNA transcription...Read More

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L. Thornton, Student
Answered: Jun 13, 2019
Purines and Pyrimidines have both similarities and differences. They share some similarities on the ground that they are both heterocyclic organic compounds. Also, they both serve the same...Read More

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E. James, Student
Answered: Nov 20, 2019
DNA replicating is the procedure of producing two identical DNA strands from one, and it involves a series of operations. All of these processes take place during the S phase of the Inter-phase...Read More

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C. Evins, College Student
Answered: Nov 01, 2019
The correct answer is option D – The DNA molecule will code for a different protein. A change in the DNA molecule will cause a change in the RNA transcription and eventually lead to the...Read More

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L. Cooper, Data Analyst
Answered: Nov 01, 2019
DNA fingerprinting is a test that is done to determine the genetic makeup of a person. It is also known as DNA profiling or genetic fingerprinting. Everyone has a unique sequence of DNA. The most...Read More

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L. Cooper, Data Analyst
Answered: Nov 01, 2019
DNA fingerprinting is a process that is done to determine the genetic makeup of a person. It is done by collecting samples of sweat, blood, saliva, hair, or other bodily fluids. This is done in...Read More

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L. Cooper, Data Analyst
Answered: Nov 01, 2019
Deoxyribonucleotide and ribonucleotide are different forms of nucleotides found in either DNA or RNA. Deoxyribonucleotide is the monomer in DNA. Deoxyribonucleotide has three components which...Read More

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L. Cooper, Data Analyst
Answered: Nov 01, 2019
The leading strand and lagging strand are the two types of DNA strands. The leading strand is the strand positioned in 5’ to 3’ direction. It is in the same direction as the...Read More

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L. Cooper, Data Analyst
Answered: Nov 01, 2019
MRNA and tRNA are types of RNA. Messenger RNA, commonly known as mRNA, is synthesized by RNA polymerase II. mRNA is made from the transcription of DNA. mRNA serves as the link between genes and...Read More

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L. Cooper, Data Analyst
Answered: Nov 01, 2019
DNA fingerprinting is the process that is done to determine the genetic makeup of an individual through he use of bodily fluids such as: saliva, blood and sweat. The hair and other parts of the...Read More

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MagnaBryn, Data Analyst
Answered: Mar 30, 2017
I think that the DNA will code for a different protein. Because if you switch up one of the Nitrogen bases of the codon it will most likely make a different type of protein.

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L. Cooper, Data Analyst
Answered: Nov 01, 2019
The correct answer to this question is option D – Anaphase. Mitosis is the division of a cell nucleus in which the genome is copied and separated into two identical halves. Mitosis is...Read More

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