how does telomere repetitive sequence control the function of eukaryotic chromosomes and why?
Asked by imtiyazmulla68 | 30th Mar, 2018, 09:54: PM
Telomerase seal the ends of the chromosomes preventing the chrmosome loss because they have repititive DNA sequences that are stable and resistent to exonuclease digestion which gives a proper stability to the chromosome.
Answered by Sivanand Patnaik | 30th Mar, 2018, 10:51: PM
- what is okazaki? defination
- Describe the experiment that proves semi conservative nature of DNA
- If error occurs in DNA of okazaki fragment then leading strand will be same as lagging strand?
- Please find the question in the picture.
- DNA replication
- dna ligase
- Name the enzymes which can break and reseal the DNA strand.
- What is proofreading in DNA synthesis?
- Name the technique used for separating DNA fragments in the laboratory.
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