What are recombinant DNA and transformable &non transformant DNA?
Asked by bijuaylara111 | 21st Oct, 2017, 09:20: AM
Recombinant DNA, or rDNA, is the term used to describe the combination of two DNA strands that are constructed artificially. Transformable DNA receives either a recombinant or non-recombinant plasmid whereas non-transformanrt DNA do not receive any plasmid.
Answered by Sivanand Patnaik | 21st Oct, 2017, 07:06: PM
- recombinant DNA tecnology
- please answer
- What is ori? state its importance during cloning of a vector?
- What is the host that produces a foreign gene product called? What is this product called?
- State the uses of cloning vector in biotechnology.
- Who developed the technique of electrophoresis? State its principle.
- Explain any two methods of vectorless gene transfer.
- What is genetic engineering? List the steps involved in rDNA technology.
- How can DNA segments be separated by gel electrophoresis, visualised and isolated?
- Study the linking of DNA fragments shown below: (i) Name 'a' DNA and 'b' DNA. (ii) Name the restriction enzyme that recognises this palindrome. (iii) Name the enzyme that can link these two DNA fragments.
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