Recombinant dna is the merging of dna from unrelated organisms to create new genetic varieties is assembled in the lab from mononucleotides was part of the green revolution of the 1960s is pollination of one plant by another of the same species is cross-pollination of one plant by a different species
Is the merging of DNA from unrelated organisms to create new genetic varieties
Recombinant DNA creates transgenic organisms. Foreign DNA from another species can be incorporated in the genome of another species through several ways such as electroporation and transduction. The transgenic organism will, therefore, exhibit traits coded for by the foreign genetic material. This form of biotechnology/genetic engineering is used to modify characteristics of an organism so it exhibits desired traits.
1 we all need water to survive.
2 Carbon is the fundamental element for the formation of components such as proteins and carbohydrates, as well as in the physiological functioning of the living body.
3 water, oxogen, and DNA. (thats all i can think of)
4 Macromolecules are formed by many monomers linking together, forming a polymer.
5 Each macromolecule is broken down by a specific enzyme. For instance, carbohydrates are broken down by amylase, sucrase, lactase, or maltase. Proteins are broken down by the enzymes pepsin and peptidase, and by hydrochloric acid.
6 The most important role of carbohydrates is as a source of energy.
7 The main difference between monosaccharides disaccharides and polysaccharides is that monosaccharides are monomers of sugars and disaccharides are composed of two monomers whereas polysaccharides are composed of a large number of monomers.
8 Animals receive these starches through foods, especially those made from plant life such as grains and bread.
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10 Triglycerides (fats) Saturated fatty acid structure. Monounsaturated fatty acid structure.
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1.Because it flows, water provides an efficient way to transfer substances from a cell to the cell's environment.
2.Carbon is an integral part of many biological processes, including reproduction, photosynthesis and respiration.
3.carbohydrates, lipids, proteins, and nucleic acids
4.Most macromolecules are made from single subunits, or building blocks, called monomers.
5.by a specific enzyme
6.primary role of carbohydrates is to supply energy to all cells in the body
7.The main difference between Monosaccharides Disaccharides and Polysaccharides is that monosaccharides are monomers of sugars and disaccharides are composed of two monomers whereas polysaccharides are composed of a large number of monomers.
8.Polysaccharides are long chains of monosaccharides linked by glycosidic bonds.Starch and glycogen serve as short-term energy stores in plants and animals, respectively.
9.polysaccharides are large high-molecular weight molecules constructed by joining monosaccharide units together by glycosidic bonds.
10.fats and oils, waxes, phospholipids, and steroids
11.macromolecules are made from single subunits, or building blocks, called monomers.
uses a membrane that separates the organism from its environment.
Carbon is an integral part of many biological processes, including reproduction, photosynthesis and respiration.
water oxygen, cells, DNA
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When we look at DNA, it must be very precise. One messup and it can cause huge problems.
If an organism was to contract a virus, the virus would try and make its own DNA to infect other cells.
However, if the organism somehow beats the virus, it stores a copy of the DNA structure of that virus in Crispr.
CAS-9 will then search through every strand of DNA and will get rid of any DNA that exactly matches that one piece they have copied.
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