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131. General Term: Eukaryotes
Organisms composed of cells that have a nucleus (i.e., the nucleus, where the
genetic material resides, is sepa≠rated from the rest of the cell, called the
cytoplasm , by a complex membrane called the nuclear envelope). The
132. General Term: Gametocyte Therapy
to gametes (egg and sperm cells)
prior to conception.
for Gametocyte Therapy
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133. General Term: HGP
in each of our body¬ís cells; and sequencing will
determine the order of the four base pairs - the A,T,G and C nucleotides - that
compose the DNA molecule. The study's motive is to identify the 4,000 or so
genes that are suspected to be
134. General Term: Monoclonal Antibodies
laboratory by specialized cells
called hybridomas. The important
features of these antibodies include their specificity of binding to a single
antigen (protein), the ability to produce them in unlimited amounts, and their
135. General Term: Muscular Dystrophy
is then absent from the cells of sufferers. The gene is linked
to the X chromosome , so it appears predominantly in males.
136. General Term: Recombinant DNA
constructed outside living cells by
joining natural or synthetic DNA segments in such a way that they can replicate
in a living cell (the replicative products are also considered to be recombinant
DNA). It usually involves putting a gene from one
137. General Term: Somatic Cell Gene Therapy
of adult cells to alleviate disease, however, it is not possible yet.
for Somatic Cell Gene Therapy
138. General Term: Tay-Sachs Disease
in a lethal accumulation in
cells. There is no treatment, but potential parents can be identified as
carriers for the disease with a blood test.
139. General Term: Transgenic
DNA into one or
more of its cells.
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140. Ecology Topic: Defining ¬ĎLife¬í
even the simplest of actual cells is incredibly complicated and it's
too complicated to portray here.¬† So the
question is:¬† What would you need to
have the very, very simplest example of something living?
here's what the philosophers of