Answer to Question #214863 in Cell Biology for lala

Question #214863

a) Describe an example that benefited from the principle of event of insertion of nucleotides.

b) In an organism X, it is found that gene A encodes more codons for amino acids arginine and leucine compared to gene B. If both genes in organism X experience DNA mutation:

i). What kind of mutation that will have the most unseen effect on the organism A?

ii). Which gene will be most likely to experience more of the mentioned mutation in 5c(i)? Explain.

Expert's answer

a) In genetics, an insertion (also called an insertion mutation) is the addition of one or more nucleotide base pairs into a DNA sequence. P nucleotide insertion is the insertion of palindromic sequences encoded by the ends of the recombining gene.

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