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131. General Term: Intron
of "junk" DNA found in the middle of gene sequences. These sequences are excised before the mRNA is translated into a protein. The function of introns is not known. Related Topics: Genetics
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132. General Term: Nucleotide
together to form strands of DNA and RNA . Related Topics: Genetics Evolution Search for Nucleotide Full Glossary Index
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133. General Term: Nucleus
which contains the DNA (chromosomes ) along with proteins that aid its replication and translation into RNA . Related Topics: Genetics Evolution Images: Sinauer Associates
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134. General Term: Prokaryotes
Organisms whose genomic DNA is free within the cell. These are single-celled organisms, forms of which are believed to be the earliest forms of cellular life on Earth about 3.8 billion years ago. Related Topics: Genetics
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135. General Term: Reverse Transcriptase
a complementary strand of DNA once inside the host cell. Related Topics: Genetics By permission. From Online Biology Book Glossary property of Prof. Michael Farabee Search for Reverse
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136. General Term: Transgenic
implantation of heterologous DNA into one or more of its cells. Related Topics: Genetics Contributed by: BU Search for Transgenic Full Glossary Index
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137. General Term: Vectors
Vectors Self-replicating DNA molecules used to introduce specific genes into the genome of an organism. Related Topics: Genetics Contributed by: BU Search for Vectors
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138. General Term: Watson, James Dewey (1928-)
double helical structure of DNA in 1953; wrote "The Molecular Biology of the Gene" in 1965, "The Double Helix " in 1968; he won the Nobel Prize in Medicine in 1962. Related Topics: Genetics
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139. Divine Action Topic: Peacocke, Arthur. “Chance and Law in Irreversible ...
in the nucleotide bases of DNA ; the other is at the level of the organism, including interactions between the organism expressing these changes and its environment. Chance also arises here in the sense that we cannot now (nor may we ever be able
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140. Neuroscience Topic: Reductionism and Non-Reductionism
atoms and salt molecules and DNA and bacteria and trees and frogs. All of these things are just as real as the quarks and leptons and protons and neutrons. Hierarchy of Complex Systems Now is this just
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