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Explain how a DNA sequence is converted into a phenotypic trait. Why doesn't a particular DNA sequence always yield the same phenotype?

Explain how a DNA sequence is converted into a phenotypic trait. Why doesn't a particular

DNA sequence always yield the same phenotype?

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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

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Gene expression occurs by following the Central dogma of molecular biology i.e. DNA to RNA and RNA to Proteins.  ... View the full answer

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