Drosophila Melanogaster (fruit fly); an ideal organism for genetics studies because it
has little food requirements, occupies small space, completes its life cycle in about 12
days at room temperature, produces large numbers of offspring, can
A chromosome squash lab yields metaphase spread which means that all the
chromosomes that are condensed spread out which results in karyotype. The interphase
chromosome of cells are multifaceted molecule assemblies which are poised with DNA
DNA particles comprises of a coded set of information to shorten the metabolic actions of
the living organisms. A gene is a sequence of DNA which has particular set of
information. Transcription Is a process in which the nucleus has to act a
Gregor Mendel is known as Father of Genetics. He initially studied
inheritance of just one pair of contrasting traits. Mendel began his experiment
with garden pea plant. This lead Mendel to recognize two principles that were
later call Princ
on which plates would you expect to find bacteria most lie the
original non-transfromed E.coli cells? Explain.
I would expect LB- to be most like the original E.Coli cells because it
had no pFG or ampicilin to aid the E.Coli to transform.
On Which plat
Purpose: to see standard bacterial development under numerous settings
as well as the transformation of bacteria; to comprehend how the
development of transformation occurs, as well as the genetically
outcomes and significances that derive of
DNA: (Deoxyribonucleic acid) is a nucleic acid that contains the genetic instructions used in the
development and functioning of all known living organisms.
RNA: (Ribonucleic acid) is made up of a long chain of components called nucleotides.
MONOHYBRID: the mode of inheritance is determined when a single contrasting pair of
characteristics is involved.
NUCLEUS: the central, membrane-enclosed part of a eukaryotic cell, containing threads of
DNA. It is found in both plan
Meiosis is the process where the number of chromosomes is halved throughout gamete
formation. During meiosis, a cell transformed into four cells which has diploid number of
chromosomes, in the four cell each cell has a haploid number of chro