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Given the partial transposons DNA sequence 5’-ACCGTATTCGGT-3’ upstream from the central region, assuming both terminal inverted repeats and flanking direct repeats have 6 base pairs, hypothetically write the transposon structure downstream from the central region.

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Transposons are the regions in the DNA molecule that can change their position within the genome. They can sometimes create or reverse a mutation or change the size and identity of the genome.

 

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Direct repeats are the two or more region in the DNA that are present upstream and downstream of a gene in same pattern. Inverted repeats are the sequences of the nu...

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