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John Smith
Answered: Feb 26, 2020
Evaluate Progress
Terminate the Incident
Plan the response
Implement the planned response
Analyze the incident

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A. Lucius, Senior Content writer
Answered: Nov 01, 2019
Absolutely! DNA fingerprinting is reliable. DNA fingerprinting works to analyze the genetic material in a person. This can be done by taken samples such as saliva, blood, semen, hair or other...Read More

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A. Lucius, Senior Content writer
Answered: Nov 01, 2019
The correct answer is option C – Father. The gender of an offspring is determined by the father. The sperm carries the XY chromosome, and only one of the two is transferred to the...Read More

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A. Lucius, Senior Content writer
Answered: Nov 01, 2019
The correct answer is option C – Denature DNA, Anneal Primers and Extend DNA. Polymerase Chain Reaction (PCR) is a lab technique that occurs in 3 steps. It is used in generating thousands...Read More

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A. Lucius, Senior Content writer
Answered: Nov 01, 2019
The correct answer to this question is – Yes. About 99.9% of human DNA is identical from one person to another. This makes a large portion of our DNA be the same repetitive sequences. The...Read More

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A. Lucius, Senior Content writer
Answered: Nov 01, 2019
The correct answer to this question is option B – Every DNA nucleotide contains a sugar, a phosphate group, and a nitrogen base. DNA is the acronym for Deoxyribonucleic acid. It is the...Read More

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B. Lucian, Literature Professor
Answered: Nov 01, 2019
Anticodon. The 3-antinucleotide code on tRNA is called anticodon. In the process of translation (protein synthesis), aside ribosome and mRNA, tRNA is also required to begin the process. Transfer...Read More

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B. Lucian, Literature Professor
Answered: Nov 01, 2019
Codon. The 3-nucleotide code on mRNA is called codon. Codon represents a sequence of 3 nucleotides that is part of genetic code. They are often seen in mRNA. Messenger RNA is the type of RNA...Read More

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B. Lucian, Literature Professor
Answered: Nov 01, 2019
RNA polymerase. The RNA polymerase is the enzyme that helps in transcription. It helps in the synthesis of mRNA, which basically copies DNA sequence into RNA sequence. RNA polymerase works from...Read More

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A. Lucius, Senior Content writer
Answered: Nov 01, 2019
The correct answer is option E – Permanent, heritable alterations in the base sequence of the DNA. A mutation refers to changes or alterations of the base-pair sequence in genetic material....Read More

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B. Lucian, Literature Professor
Answered: Nov 01, 2019
The correct answer to this question is S phase. The cell cycle is the cycle that allows the growth and division of cells for the purpose of reproduction and repair of cells and tissue. DNA...Read More

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John Smith
Answered: Feb 26, 2020
This will be graded on how accurate the question is.

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A. Lucius, Senior Content writer
Answered: Nov 01, 2019
The correct answer is option B – Ligase. The enzyme that is mutant in the bacteria is ligase. Ligase is an enzyme that functions to join large molecules to form chemical bonds between them....Read More

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A. Lucius, Senior Content writer
Answered: Nov 01, 2019
The correct answer to the question is option D – UGG. The stop codon is nucleotide triplets that are found in mRNA. Stop codon serve as signals for the termination of translation. These...Read More

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A. Lucius, Senior Content writer
Answered: Nov 01, 2019
The correct answer is option CA– Watson and Crick. The two scientists responsible for the discovery of the structure of DNA are James Watson and Francis Crick. The double helix structure...Read More

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