Lily
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Does the DNA stick to surfaces we touch?
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Yes, we leave DNA on everything we come in contact with. Even simply standing, we shed skin cells and hair (although only the follicle has DNA) etc. DNA may also be transferred from clothes to clothes....

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Interpreting graph of mitosis and meiosis
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I believe III → IV is mitosis and VII → X would be meiosis. As Jam explained in comments below, the stationary points of the graph (II → III or VI → VII ) do not count as part of either process.

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What does the nucleus look like in S phase of Meiosis?
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It states mitosis here but it is the same for meiosis at this stage. What you have drawn for the inside of the first cell is already 44 chromosomes. Hope this helps

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Meiosis vs. Mitosis
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I would suggest that the key here really is the variation produced from meiosis. Every gamete produced from meiosis is genetically unique. This gave rise to variation, which is the raw material for ...

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If post transcriptional modification happens , how can a gene code for amino acids in a particular order?
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"then shouldn't the protein produced be different every time? Shouldn't the order of amino acids be different? And if it is, doesn't that mean that the protein produced is different?" It is not ...

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