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Recombination in bacteria involves transfer of genetic material from one bacterial cell to another. Explain these methods briefly. 

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what will be the effects if we apply r DNA tecnology with mitrocondrial DNA?

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WHAT IS MENT BY BIOTECHNOLOGY?

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Name the type of bioreactor shown. Write the purpose for which it is used.      

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How is DNA isolated in purified form from a bacterial cell?

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what is chromosomal theory?

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You are instructed to isolate a gene X from the given tissue of a tomato plant. Explain the procedure followed in correct sequence so as to get gene ready for amplification.

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A linear DNA fragment and a plasmid has three restriction sites for EcoRI. How many fragments will be produced from linear DNA and plasmid DNA respectively?

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what is insertional inactivation?

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CBSE - XII Science - Biology - Biotechnology : Principles and Processes

For selection of recombinants, insertional inactivation of antibiotic marker has been superceded by insertional inactivation of a marker gene coding for a chromogenic substrate. Give reasons.

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How is the amplification of a gene sample of interest carried out using Polymerase Chain Reaction (PCR)?

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What are recombinant proteins? How do bioreactors help in their production?

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A schematic representation of polymerase chain reaction (PCR) up to the extension stage is given below. Answer the questions that follow:       (i) Name the process 'a'. (ii) Identify 'b' (iii) Identify 'c' and mention its importance in PCR.

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(i) Mention the number of primers required in each cycle of polymerase chain reaction (PCR). Write the role of primers and DNA polymerase in PCR. (ii) Give the characteristic feature and source organism of DNA polymerase used in PCR.

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How and why is bacterium Thermus aquaticus employed in recombinant DNA technology? Explain.

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What is a bioreactor?

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Why is enzyme cellulase used for isolating genetic material from plant cells but not from animal cells?

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