Gene cloning can involve inserting genes into A. machines. B. humans. C. plants. D. protein. this is not D, and i don't think it's A. if i had to guess, i'd pick C but i'm unsure if it could be

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  1. science

    A manual contains instructions for how to build a variety of structures using a set of interlocking bricks. If this scenario is used as a model for genetic information, which statement is correct?(1 point) ****Each structure is a gene. Each set of

  2. Science

    What is a gene?(1 point) a section of DNA that encodes a specific protein a point that joins two halves of a chromosome a large molecule that performs a specific function a structure that contains many chromosomes Which structure carries genetic

  3. world history

    Which option most accurately explains the impact of the First Agricultural Revolution? Early humans ate more foods high in protein and low in starch and grains. Early humans created new social cultures, including laws and inventions. Early humans began to

  4. Science

    A scientist is studying a plant species in which the flower color genes are codominant. The scientist crosses a plant with red flowers and a plants with white flowers. The offspring would most likely have... A. Red flowers B. White flowers C. Pink flowers

  5. science

    A manual contains instructions for how to build a variety of structures using a set of interlocking bricks. If this scenario is used as a model for genetic information, which statement is correct?(1 point) ****Each structure is a gene. Each set of

  6. Biochemistry

    A new investigator would like to express and purify a newly discovered protein. She decides to clone the gene into a plasmid that contains the sequence for a hexahistidine tag. Plasmids that contain a sequence for a hexahistidine tag will produce a

  7. Hisotry

    What are some similarities between humans and machines? In what ways are humans and machines different? What are some conflicts between humans and machines that have arisen in the past? What conflicts might occur in the future? Can these conflicts be

  8. Machines and humans?

    What are some conflicts between humans and machines that have arisen in the past? So I already said that machines can put humans out of work- but any other ideas? any sites I could read up on something like this?

  9. Science-Ms.Sue

    Which of the following correctly states the relationship between monkeys and humans? A. Humans and monkeys evolved from apes. B. Humans evolved from monkeys. C. Humans and monkeys evolved from the same ancestor, which is now extinct. D. Humans evolved from

  10. AP Biology- Molecular Genetics

    The correct sequence between genes and their phenotypic expression is a) RNA-DNA-protein-trait b) DNA-RNA-protein-trait c) Protein-DNA-RNA-trait d) trait-DNA-RNA-protein I think it is either b or d but do not know if the trait is at the beginnig or end...

  11. biology

    a boy inherits genes for tallness,but his growth is limited as a result of poor nitrition. this is an example of 1)an inherited disorder. 2)environmental influence on gene expression . 3)expression of a hidden trait 4)a characterstic controlled by more

  12. Biology Help Please!

    1) A transcriptional fusion of regulatory sequences of a particular gene with a reporter gene results in relatively uniform expression of the reporter gene in all cells of an organism, whereas a translational fusion with the same gene shows reporter gene

  13. Science

    1. Which of the following traits is acquired? A.) The number of petals that grow in a plants flower B.) the wing shape of a wild bird C.) The ability of some gorillas to learn sign language** D.) A cheetah’s ability to run faster than any other land

  14. Biology

    Genetic engineering is the manipulation of genes using cloning and transformation to change the gene structure. Genetic engineering has many positive outcomes. For example, A) gene therapy might cure one defect while creating another. B) genetic

  15. Science

    Which statement best describes a dominant gene? A. It Is the Gene that produces mutations. B. It Is a gene that produces desirable traits.** C. It Is the Gene that masks a recessive Gene. D. It Is a gene that Is masked by a dominant gene Please help me

  16. English

    What is a gene?(1 point) a section of DNA that encodes a specific protein a point that joins two halves of a chromosome a large molecule that performs a specific function a structure that contains many chromosomes Which structure carries genetic

  17. Biology

    The graph illustrates the activity level of three common digestive enzymes, across a range of pH values. Which enzyme is likely to be the most active in the acidic environment of the stomach? A) pepsin B) trypsin C) amylase D) pepsin and trypsin In

  18. language arts

    Can All Conflicts Be Resolved? In this discussion, you will post issues related to the relationships of humans and machines and the conflicts they involve. To support your ideas, refer to the texts in this lesson, other texts you have read, and your

  19. science

    Read the statements. In eukaryotic organisms, genes usually consist of two alleles. The two alleles are often on different parts of the same chromosome. These sentences contain incorrect information. Which option describes the mistake? A. In eukaryotic

  20. Biology

    If an organism had a mutation in a gene that codes for a ribosomal protein, which of the following would be affected? A: DNA replication B: transcription C: translation D: gene expression Pls help

  21. biology

    Identify which of the following statements about genes is true. (Select all that apply.) Genes are "read" by tRNA. Genes hold the instructions for traits. Genes are segments on the DNA strand. Genes hold the instructions for making proteins.

  22. Plz check

    1. Blood type in humans is controlled by ____ alleles with an additional Rh factor that determines _________ . one; color two; positive or negative charge three; shape of blood cells four; phenotype 2. If two people are heterozygous for cystic fibrosis,

  23. science

    Examine the situation. Gregor Mendel wondered how traits were inherited, but the technology to study genes was unknown. By crossing pea plants and observing their traits, he concluded that the traits of living organisms are controlled by structures called

  24. Biology

    The original high estimate of the number of protein-coding genes in humans was based partly on the number of different known proteins made by the human organism. How can the small number of genes now thought to be present account for this larger number of

  25. I NEED HELP PLEASE OH PLEASE! Genetics

    The smidget is a tiny mammal whose sex (like humans) is determined by the presence/absence of a Y chromosome and whose dosage compensation mechanism is just like humans as well. But, this mammal differs from humans in having only two of its thousands of

  26. genetics

    kernel phenotype Number colored, shrunken, starchy 116 colored, full, starchy 601 colored, full, waxy 2538 colored, shrunken, waxy 4 colorless, shrunken, starchy 2708 colorless, full, starchy 2 colorless, full, waxy 113 colorless, shrunken, waxy 626 total

  27. science

    Examine the situation. Gregor Mendel wondered how traits were inherited, but the technology to study genes was unknown. By crossing pea plants and observing their traits, he concluded that the traits of living organisms are controlled by structures called

  28. intro to psychology

    Which one of the following statements about the Human Genome Project is not true? A. Researchers have identified almost all 3 billion units of DNA. B. Locating a gene is the first step to understanding how it works. C. Most human traits are affected by

  29. Science

    Read the statements. The molecule that gives skin its color is a molecule called melanin. In some people, skin contains no melanin. These people have white skin and are called albinos. Which statement explains why some people cannot form the protein that

  30. biology

    Can someone help? I don't understand gene regulation. The regulation of protein synthesis in cells involves the coordination of several different mechanisms. Discuss TWO of the specific mechanisms of gene regulation in eukaryotic cells from the list below

  31. science

    Can someone please tell me if this paragraph makes any sense at all? I feel like I contradict myself, as I do not understand the subject very well. Thank you. "Since neither of the parents in the pedigree has the genetic disorder (as indicated by their

  32. Science

    Plants, cows and humans use the same amino acids to make up their proteins and yet the proteins are very different. Why?? Could a plant make a human protein if we could splice a human protein gene into the plant's genome? Why? ----Those questions are from

  33. Science

    __________ describes how a cell makes a protein from the protein coding sequence of a gene. A. Transcription B. Gene expression C. Translation D. Gene phrasing i'm confused between A and C

  34. probability

    Humans carry two copies of most genes. Individuals that carry two identical variants of a gene are called homozygous whereas those that carry two different variants are called heterozygous. For example, if there are two possible variants labelled A and a,

  35. Science

    I answered the questions, but I don't know if my choices are right. 1) Which of the following is an acidic pH? 6 7 8 800 None of the Above Answer: 6 ------------------------------------- 2) Which of the following is directly produced by photosynthesis?

  36. 7th G science

    1. What is/are the main factor(s) that determine(s) that your plants will grow into bean plants (or other fast-growing plants that you used for your experiment) and not some other type of plant (genetics, environment, or both)? Explain your answer A.

  37. Biology, please help

    Gametes produced in the process of meiosis in humans (chromosome 4)has a long and short arm the short arm has the gene for Huntington's (H) attached and the long arm the gene for Red hair (R) state the differences in the product cells at telophase II if a

  38. Science

    Nitrogen fixation is carried out primarily by humans by... A. Humans. B. Plants. C. Bacteria. D. Consumers.

  39. Science

    Scientists have inserted the gene for human insulin into bacteria. These bacteria make the insulin protein, which can then be used by people who have diabetes. This process is an example of -hybridization -gene therapy -selective breeding -genetic

  40. Biology

    Sammy notices that the pea plants growing in his garden have purple flowers. What exactly has Sammy observed about the plants? A-Genotype B-Alleles C-Phenotype D-Genes C?

  41. biology

    Why are only some genes are expressed? Why do you think that this is true? Why would you express a gene? Why wouldn’t you?

  42. biology

    Gene cloning can involve inserting genes into A. machines. B. humans. C. plants. D. protein. this is not D, and i don't think it's A. if i had to guess, i'd pick C but i'm unsure if it could be B as well.

  43. Genetics

    1) For each of the following partial diploids, give the cellular phenotypes for A and B. Explain. A B a. for a negatively regulated gene: F’pR- poA-B/ pR po-AB- F’p-R p-oA-B/ pR- poAB- b. for a positively regulated gene: F’pR- poA-B/ pR po-AB-

  44. sciences

    Assume you are starting a new research project from scratch, you are interested in one of the following proteins and want to purify this protein for biochemical characterization. Please choose one of the proteins below and write a one-page research

  45. Biology

    The shrunken gene of wheat encodes a large enzyme that converts glucose to starch in its grains. How would insertion of a 1 kb transposon into codon 23 of this gene affect the protein produced from this allele? A. The protein would be longer and still

  46. science

    1. A type of biotechnology that has allowed scientists to automate the process of building DNA molecules is known as (1 point) A. genetic engineering B. gene therapy C. DNA fingerprinting D. polymerase chain reaction**** 2. Which of the following uses of

  47. biochemistry

    Consider the following genes in a hypothetical bacterium: galA – encodes an enzyme that is required for cells to digest the sugar galactose argB – encodes an enzyme that is required for cells to produce the amino acid arginineYou grow cells of this

  48. Science

    What is concluded about one of Mendel's short pea plants? A. It has one dominant and one recessive gene B. It has a pair of recessive genes C. It has a pair of dominant genes D. It has no recessive genes A?

  49. Science

    What is concluded about one of Mendel's short pea plants? A.It had one dominant and one recessive gene B.It had a pair of recessive genes C.It had a pair of dominant genes D.It had no recessive genes B?

  50. science

    Genetic engineering is the manipulation of genes using cloning and transformation to change the gene structure. Genetic engineering has many positive outcomes. For example,

  51. SCIENCE

    HOW DO YOU REMEMBER WHICH GENES ARE WHICH! What do you mean which genes are which? There are thousands of genes and it all depends on the organism.... What kind of genes? human genes? plant genes? Go to www.google.com and type in "gene mnemonic" without

  52. College Genetics (Nice girl needs help)

    The smidget is a tiny mammal whose sex (like humans) is determined by the presence/absence of a Y chromosome and whose dosage compensation mechanism is just like humans as well. But, this mammal differs from humans in having only two of its thousands of

  53. Genetics

    The smidget is a tiny mammal whose sex (like humans) is determined by the presence/absence of a Y chromosome and whose dosage compensation mechanism is just like humans as well. But, this mammal differs from humans in having only two of its thousands of

  54. Biology

    Please help, anyone! There's 3 types of gene mutation: substitution, deletion, and insertion, right? So what are '2 kinds of gene mutation that causes the protein to be not formed'?? I mean, gene mutations may cause non functional proteins, but that's not

  55. good plasmid for gene cloning

    A good plasmid for gene cloning will have genes that make it easily detectable or have multiple sites that correspond to a particular restriction enzyme or be small enough to pass easily through a pilus during bacterial conjugation. or have more base pairs

  56. Biology

    When inserting a gene, a gene for antibiotic resistance were also added to the plasmid. Why is this done?

  57. Biology

    1.Which of the following is a renewable resource? A.wind B.fossil fuel C.minerals (D.land) 2.The goal of -------is to use cells and tissues to treat human illnesses or injuries. A.clone therapy B.therapeutic cloning (C.reproductive cloning ) D.gene therapy

  58. Genetics Help!!!!

    1 ) When the kinase ATM is activated after DNA damage occurs in the cell a. it can directly phosphorylate p53, which is then stabilized b. it can directly phosphorylate p53, which is then targeted for degradation by MDM2 c. it can phosphorylate the p53

  59. english

    Sorry this is my last question before I begin my final draft. Can you please explain to me what this means. I found it in a book. I know that it can be a possible positive ethic of reproductive cloning. Thank you for all of your help. I have learned a lot

  60. Biology

    Put the following procedures of gene therapy in order: a. The healthy gene is delivered to a cell in an inactivated virus. b. Researchers determine which gene is mutated and causes the disease. c. The functioning protein is used in the cell. d. The cell

  61. Botany

    If gene frequency between genes a & c is 2%, b & c is 13%, b & d is 4%, a & b is 15%, c & d is 17% and a & d is 19%, What will be the sequence of these genes in a chromosome?

  62. genetics

    ______________ means that neither gene in a gene pair (genotype) masks the other. As a result, the traits carried by the 2 genes appear to be blended.

  63. biochemical genetics

    After several rounds of experiments like those described above, you find that you have identified five different genes involved in the biosynthesis of tryptophan in this organism. You name them Gene 1 through Gene 5. Based on your knowledge of the pathway

  64. science

    Which option explains why genes are sections of chromosomes, but chromosomes are not made up of genes? A. Genes are partly in chromosomes and partly in proteins. B. Genes are partly in chromosomes and partly in DNA. C. There are sections of chromosomes

  65. Biology

    11. You are searching for a gene that traces its ancestry to an ancient gene in fish. Evolutionarily older fish, like the coelacanth, have only one copy of this gene. More modern fish, like a three-spine stickleback, have three. Modern humans and mammals

  66. BIO PLease help

    Which of the below are mechanisms cells can use to control activity of a gene? A) Regulating mRNA stability B)Regulating protein stability c)Positively regulate gene expression D)Regulating enzyme activity of a protein E)Regulating protein stability

  67. Genetics

    By the way, my homework is due Wednesday, November 13th at 4:10 pm. I would appreciate it if you could please walk me through all of the steps to solve all parts of this problem. If a triple-heterozygote is testcrossed and yields 3000 progeny, among them

  68. Biology

    i asking question for my sister again how r gene combina tions reshufled? my sister and i find this paragraph online but we not able to get answer. Sex can introduce new gene combinations into a population and is an important source of genetic variation.

  69. biology

    TRUE OR FALSE all mutations in a gene would have an effect on the protein encoded by that gene. please help! :)

  70. Phenotype of a smidget???

    The smidget is a tiny mammal whose sex (like humans) is determined by the presence/absence of a Y chromosome and whose dosage compensation mechanism is just like humans as well. But, this mammal differs from humans in having only two of its thousands of

  71. genetics question please help

    The smidget is a tiny mammal whose sex (like humans) is determined by the presence/absence of a Y chromosome and whose dosage compensation mechanism is just like humans as well. But, this mammal differs from humans in having only two of its thousands of

  72. Zoology

    How will a small gene pool effect gene variabilty? Genes will be more varied due to inbreeding, right? But I feel like there's more to that answer. Hopw would this affect a populations ability to survive in changing environments?

  73. Biology Please help

    There are several genes that control eye color; eye color is therefore called a (A) Polygenic trait. Besides genes that directly control eye color, there are other genes that can affect the color of your eyes. For example, your eye color genes may code for

  74. Science Quiz 5 questions but on #4

    Which describes the genes on each pair of chromosome? alleles can be different; genes are in the same order alleles must be the same; genes are in different order alleles can be different; genes are in different order alleles must be same; gene are in same

  75. Biology

    You wish to produce a human enzyme, protein A, by introducing its gene into bacteria. The genetically engineered bacteria make large amounts of protein A, but it is in the form of an insoluble aggregate with no enzymatic activity. Which of the following

  76. Bio

    I just did a multiple choice practice test. For the question "A gene pool is..." I was in between C). the genes that are available to a community and D). The sum total of all the genes of all the individuals in the population. The book says D is correct.

  77. Statistics

    A study shows that the probability of a baby being born with gene x is 0.6. The probability of a baby being born with gene y is 0.7. (a)What is the probability of being born with both genes assuming that the probabilities are independent? (b)In fact; 90%

  78. BIOLOGY

    b) Make a single base pair substitution mutation in the gene below that results in a protein that is shorter than the protein produce by the original gene. When you are satisfied with your change and its effect, click the "Final Check" button. Note that a

  79. biology mit

    b) Make a single base pair substitution mutation in the gene below that results in a protein that is shorter than the protein produce by the original gene. When you are satisfied with your change and its effect, click the "Final Check" button. Note that a

  80. biology

    can anybody tell me what is meant by the term regulating mortality factor and how it can lead to successful biological control of pest in agriculture HI, I am doing tma 7 aswell. if you send ur email i'll send my answer to you. do you know the answer to

  81. Help

    What role do genes play in brain development in the following. I am having hard time finding information. Gene-environment correlation Gene-environment interaction Epigenetic processes

  82. Biology

    I need some help with these questions. I've chosen answers, but I want to make sure if they are correct. 1)Which of the following is an acidic pH? 6 7 8 800 A: 6 None of the above ------------------------------------- 2) Which of the following is directly

  83. Biochem

    The mRNA sequence of nucleotides for gene "Y" has been determined to be AGCCAUGCCCGCGAGGUAGAAA. You have decided to mutate the gene, such that a new and functional protein is expressed from this gene. To do this, you have placed the nucleotide

  84. biology

    How would gene splicing, cloning, or stem cells help a patient with sickle cell anemia?

  85. biology

    Make a single base pair substitution mutation in the gene below that results in a protein that is shorter than the protein produce by the original gene. When you are satisfied with your change and its effect, click the "Final Check" button. Note that a

  86. life science

    ok i really need help. like really bad. cant figure it out. ok here it is. a color blind man marries a woman with normal vision. of their three daughters, one is color blind. one of their two sons is also colorblind. what are the genotypes of the parents?

  87. English

    I'm having trouble coming up with a good title for my essay. It's an argumentive essay on why therapeutic cloning is better than reproductive cloning. It can't be more than four words. The only one that I have is "Therapeutic cloning" but that is so

  88. Biology

    Humans have about 20,000 genes in our genome. Explain how cells differentiate into different kinds of cells even though they have the same set of 20,000 genes in their nuclei, so they are genetically identical.

  89. psychology

    within each gene, elements of DNA are arranged in a particuler order., forming a code that influences the synthesis of particular proteins. This code affects every aspect of the body, from its structure to the chemicals that keep it running. the above

  90. Biology

    You wish to produce a human enzyme, protein A, by introducing its gene into bacteria.The genetically engineered bacteria make large amounts of protein A, but it is in the form of an insoluble aggregate with no enzymatic activity. Which of the following

  91. chemistry

    The issue of cloning has been an issue for quite some time. Many believe that cloning is unethical, The biggest reason is because they believe it's unethical to act “like God by creating an embryo that develops into a human being?” However they also

  92. Biology

    Kim who is heterozygus for polydactyl (6 fingers and toes) marries Tony who is homozygous normal (5 fingers and toes). What is Kim's genotype? What is Tony's genotype? What is the chance of having children with 6 fingers? Please include the Punnett Square.

  93. science

    what is the probability that if each parent has one brown eye gene and one blue eye gene will have one chance in four that there children will get two blue eye genes?please help.

  94. science

    Why do I have brown eyes? The genes we inherit from our parents determine things like our height, looks, hair color and eye color. This passing of characteristics from parent to child is called heredity. If your mother has brown eyes, and your father has

  95. Intro to Psychiology 1

    Within each gene, elements of DNA are arranged in a particular order, forming a code that influences the synthesis of particular proteins. This code affects every aspect of the body, from its structure to the chemicals that keep it running. The above

  96. biology/chemistry

    Please help i am on a dead line and am stuck on this question, Gametes produced in the process of meiosis in humans (chromosome 4)has a long and short arm the short arm has the gene for Huntington's (H) attached and the long arm the gene for Red hair (R) i

  97. Biology

    Modified True or False: If the statement is true write true. if it is false replace the capitalized word(s) with the word(s) that twill make the statement true 1. The Process in which dna bases connect together and only one type of base will fit another is

  98. Biology

    3) The following statements are generalizations about cell signaling events made by a student with a basic knowledge of biology (a little knowledge is a dangerous thing). Your professor has requested that you tutor this student. You note that in each case

  99. science

    Can someone please tell me if this paragraph makes any sense at all? I feel like I contradict myself, as I do not understand the subject very well. Thank you. "Since neither of the parents in the pedigree has the genetic disorder (as indicated by their

  100. biology

    Can someone please tell me if this paragraph makes any sense at all? I feel like I contradict myself, as I do not understand the subject very well. Thank you. "Since neither of the parents in the pedigree has the genetic disorder (as indicated by their

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