Explain how a DNA sequence is converted into a phenotypic trait. Why doesn't a particular
DNA sequence always yield the same phenotype?
DNA is a sequence of nucleotides which contain repeat sequence of four nucleotides namely adenine, guanine, cytosine and... View the full answer
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DNA is a simply a genetic material that dictates what is produced and how a given cell will be like. This whole process is... View the full answer
Gene expression occurs by following the Central dogma of molecular biology i.e. DNA to RNA and RNA to Proteins. ... View the full answer