31. General Term: Evolutionary Biology
molecular structure of DNA , the hereditary material contained in the chromosomes
of the nucleus of each cell. DNA in turn consists of two long chains of
nucleotides coiled into a double helix . A gene is a sequence of nucleotides
32. General Term: Recombinant Lines
Lines New combinations of
DNA fragments formed by cutting DNA segments from two sources with restriction
enzyme and then joining the fragments together with DNA ligase. Interspecies
transfer of genes usually through a vector such as a virus
33. General Term: RNA
of nucleotides ,
similar to DNA , but with a slightly different chemical structure. There are
three main forms of RNA, each a slightly different function. mRNA (messenger
RNA) is the mediating template between DNA and proteins. The information
34. Divine Action Topic: Ayala, Francisco J. The Evolution of Life: An Ove...
discovered the structure of DNA . In 1968, Kimuras work
on molecular clocks made possible a reconstruction of the evolutionary
history of life with its many branchings. Finally, the recent techniques of DNA
35. Divine Action Topic: Barbour, Ian G. Five Models of God and Evolution....
of the structure of DNA in 1953 led
to the central dogma of molecular biology: information flows from DNA to
protein. Recent theories have explored selection at a variety of levels
including gene, organism, kin, group, and species, as
36. Ecology Topic: Downward Causation
part of the explanation, the DNA to protein
structure. But then we've also got the
top-down part which is from the environment by means of the differential
survival and reproduction back to the DNA.
And then we start through the whole cycle
37. Evolution and Providence Topic: Stephen Meyer - Presentation
Rushmore , Rosetta Stone , DNA
Double-Helix , DNA Backbone ,
Classification of Theories of Divine Action
Self-Organisation and the
38. Neuroscience Topic: Downward Causation
part of the explanation, the DNA to protein structure. But then we've also got the top-down part which is from the environment by means of the differential survival and reproduction back to the DNA. And then we start through the whole cycle again.
39. Genetics Topic: Should Genes Be Patented?
cDNAs a natural phenomenon or a human invention? The cDNA does
not occur naturally, and is not a gene per se. Rather, it is a
copy version of a gene with the introns edited out. It is coded
into messenger RNA by the
40. Genetics Topic: A Jewish Perspective on Cloning and Other Techniques to Over...
, Cloning, Cytoplasm ,
DNA , Differentiated Cells , Ectoderm , Enucleation , Exogenous
Virus , Gamete , Genome , Genotype , HARTs , In Vitro , In Vivo , Intron , Mesoderm ,
Metaphase Plate , Mitochondrial DNA ,
Mitosis , Nucleotide , Nucleus