Learn about the process of cell transportation and genetic dispositions with these scientific flash cards.
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|A part of a cell that controls the appearance, growth, etc., of a living thing.
|any of the alternative forms of a gene that may occur at a given locus.
|A quality that makes one person or thing different from another.
|An animal or plant that is produced from two animals or plants of different types.
|Having the two genes at the corresponding loci on homologous chromosomes identical for one or more loci.
|Having the two allele at corresponding loci on homologous chromosomes identical for one or more loci
|A complete or major change in someone`s or something`s appearance, form, etc.
|A virus that infects Bacteria.
|To participate in formation of a base pair.
|Any of several polymerase that promote replication or repair of DNA usually using single-stranded DNA as a template.
|the process of constructing a messenger RNA molecule using a DNA molecule as a template with resulting transfer of genetic information to the messenger RNA.
|the process of forming a protein molecule at a ribosomal site of protein synthesis.
|a specific sequence of three consecutive nucleotides that is part of the genetic code.
|a triplet of nucleotide bases in transfer RNA that identifies the amino acid carried and binds to a complementary codon.
|a change in the genes of a plant or animal that causes physical characteristics that are different from what is normal.
|Intentional breeding for a specific characteristic.
|the science of making changes to the genes of a plant or animal to produce a desired result.
|any of various enzymes that cleave DNA into fragments at specific sites in the interior of the molecule
|electrophoresis in which molecules migrate through a gel and especially a polyacrylamide gel and separate into bands according to size
|genetically engineered DNA usually incorporating DNA from more than one species of organism
|an in vitro technique for rapidly synthesizing large quantities of a given DNA segment that involves separating the DNA into its two complementary strands.
|an extrachromosomal ring of DNA especially of bacteria that replicates autonomously
|the chromosomal characteristics of a cell
|the history of the family members in a person's or animal's past especially when it is good or impressive
|failure of homologous chromosomes or sister chromatids to separate subsequent to metaphase in meiosis or mitosis so that one daughter cell has both and the other neither of the chromosomes
|a technique used especially for identification by extracting and identifying the base-pair pattern in an individual's DNA