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2a. The following is a single side of a strand of DNA. Write out (below the strand) the complimentary bases thatwould form a DNA strand that would bind to this one.ATG AAA CGC CCA CCA CCA TTT GAA GTT GCA CAT GGG TAG2b. Now write the complimentary mRNA strand for the oriainal typed strand in 2a.AVC2c. Write the complimentary tRNA strand for the strand you wrote in 2b.2d. Using your tRNA strand in 2c, write (abbreviation is fine) the amino acids for each codon.Also state what these amino acid chains becomeTyr Phe Ala Gly Gy Gly Lys Lco Glu His Val fro Iieyroire Phenylalanine - Alanire Glyane Glyare -Glyairg Lysne Leucire2e. Show one or two mutations by writing the complimentary mRNA strand for the original typed DNA strand,and like above do the complimentary tRNA, and the amino acids. (repeating 2b & 2c with added mutations)[am acds]2f. Compared to 2d, did your mutation(s) change an amino acid, change the number of amino acids, or donothing? Note where your mutation(s) is/are2g. How do mutations effect the final protein in organisms? (specifically when they occur in gametes)

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In problem 2e, how can you identify added mutations?

2a. The following is a single side of a strand of DNA. Write out (below the strand) the complimentary bases that
would form a DNA strand that would bind to this one.
ATG AAA CGC CCA CCA CCA TTT GAA GTT GCA CAT GGG TAG
2b. Now write the complimentary mRNA strand for the oriainal typed strand in 2a.
AVC
2c. Write the complimentary tRNA strand for the strand you wrote in 2b.
2d. Using your tRNA strand in 2c, write (abbreviation is fine) the amino acids for each codon.
Also state what these amino acid chains become
Tyr Phe Ala Gly Gy Gly Lys Lco Glu His Val fro Iie
yroire Phenylalanine - Alanire Glyane Glyare -Glyairg Lysne Leucire
2e. Show one or two mutations by writing the complimentary mRNA strand for the original typed DNA strand,
and like above do the complimentary tRNA, and the amino acids. (repeating 2b & 2c with added mutations)
[am acds]
2f. Compared to 2d, did your mutation(s) change an amino acid, change the number of amino acids, or do
nothing? Note where your mutation(s) is/are
2g. How do mutations effect the final protein in organisms? (specifically when they occur in gametes)
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2a. The following is a single side of a strand of DNA. Write out (below the strand) the complimentary bases that would form a DNA strand that would bind to this one. ATG AAA CGC CCA CCA CCA TTT GAA GTT GCA CAT GGG TAG 2b. Now write the complimentary mRNA strand for the oriainal typed strand in 2a. AVC 2c. Write the complimentary tRNA strand for the strand you wrote in 2b. 2d. Using your tRNA strand in 2c, write (abbreviation is fine) the amino acids for each codon. Also state what these amino acid chains become Tyr Phe Ala Gly Gy Gly Lys Lco Glu His Val fro Iie yroire Phenylalanine - Alanire Glyane Glyare -Glyairg Lysne Leucire 2e. Show one or two mutations by writing the complimentary mRNA strand for the original typed DNA strand, and like above do the complimentary tRNA, and the amino acids. (repeating 2b & 2c with added mutations) [am acds] 2f. Compared to 2d, did your mutation(s) change an amino acid, change the number of amino acids, or do nothing? Note where your mutation(s) is/are 2g. How do mutations effect the final protein in organisms? (specifically when they occur in gametes)

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Mutations are changes in the base pairs of DNA that are heritable to the offspring. Mutations caused by an addition of one or more nucleotide pairs are called as insertion mutations.

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mRNA is synthesized in the 5’ to 3’ direction from the complementary strand of the original DNA template. Insertion mutations can be identified by a change in a frameshift. Change in frameshift causes the addition of different amino acids to the polypetide chain. In the given image, the inserted base pair is marked with an arrow and the inserted base pair is shown inside a box. Addition of this base causes a frameshift and the codons are not present in divisib...

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