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An illustration that shows 47 chromosomes organized into numbered homologous pairs, with the exception being location 21 that has three copies of that chromosome (one extra). Biochemistry, Ap Biology, Extra Chromosome, Chromosome, Dna And Genes, Human Genome, Genome, Dna Molecule, Syndrome

Students learn about mutations to both DNA and chromosomes, and uncontrolled changes to the genetic code. They are introduced to small-scale mutations (substitutions, deletions and insertions) and large-scale mutations (deletion duplications, inversions, insertions, translocations and nondisjunctions). The effects of different mutations are studied as well as environmental factors that may increase the likelihood of mutations. Students practice their understanding of different mutation types…

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Human Genome Project - Genome Mapping, DNA Sequencing, Genomics: The International HapMap Project, genomics studies, the Entrez Genome database, and the BLAST software tool allow the study of genetic similarity and divergence among humans and between species. The influence of the genome on health has led to personalized medicine. CODIS and comparative DNA sequence analyses have revolutionized the fields of forensics and anthropology, respectively.

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This picture shows the organization of chromatin including DNA's double helix structure and how DNA winds around core particles to form nucleosomes. From there, the DNA continues to wind upon its self until a chromosome is created. The function of genes in DNA is to code for the creation of proteins to be used in the body. A genome is all the genes one person has. For example, the human genome is approx. 30-35,000 genes. (Picture obtained from McGraw-Hill Connect). Double Helix, Biotechnology, Biochemistry, Chromosome Structure, Dna And Genes, Genome, Molecular Biology, Human Genome, Microbiology Study

This picture shows the organization of chromatin including DNA's double helix structure and how DNA winds around core particles to form nucleosomes. From there, the DNA continues to wind upon its self until a chromosome is created. The function of genes in DNA is to code for the creation of proteins to be used in the body. A genome is all the genes one person has. For example, the human genome is approx. 30-35,000 genes. (Picture obtained from McGraw-Hill Connect).

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