Introduction to Genetic Analysis 25

Introduction to Genetic Analysis 25 - 24 Chapter 1 Genetics...

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Unformatted text preview: 24 Chapter 1 Genetics and the Organism active site (p. 10) alleles (p. 2) bioinformatics (p. 12) codon (p. 5) complementary (p. 4) continuous variation (p. 10) deletion (p. 10) deoxyribonucleic acid (DNA) (p. 2) developmental noise (p. 21) diploid (p. 3) discontinuous variation (p. 8) duplication (p. 10) enzyme (p. 5) eukaryotes (p. 6) exons (p. 6) frameshift mutation (p. 10) gene (p. 2) genome (p. 3) genomics (p. 12) genotype (p. 9) haploid (p. 3) homologous (p. 3) introns (p. 6) messenger RNA (mRNA) (p. 5) model organisms (p. 13) morphs (p. 9) mutants (p. 9) norm of reaction (p. 19) Northern blot (p. 12) nucleotides (p. 3) nucleotide-pair substitution (p. 10) null allele (p. 10) phenotypes (p. 8) polymorphism (p. 9) polypeptide (p. 5) probing (p. 12) prokaryotes (p. 6) proteins (p. 2) restriction enzymes (p. 12) ribonucleic acid (RNA) (p. 5) ribosome (p. 6) Southern blot (p. 12) structural protein (p. 5) transcribe (p. 5) transcript (p. 5) transfer RNA (tRNA) (p. 6) translation (p. 5)translation (p....
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