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Molecular Basis of Heredity: Part 2. Genomes

Molecular Basis of Heredity: Part 2. Genomes

Raye Lynn Alford, PhD, explains the structures and functions of genomes, including the genomes of eukaryotes, prokaryotes and viruses, the human genome, and explains how changes in the structure or number of chromosomes in the human genome leads to certain genetic disorders.

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Author(s): Raye L. Alford, PhD
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Structures and Functions of Genomes

The Chromosome

Overlapping Genes

Viral Genomes

Prokaryotic Genomes

Eukaryotic Genomes

Mitochondria

The Human Genome (I)

The Human Genome (II)

Chromatin and DNA Packaging

Regulation of the Human Genome (I)

Regulation of the Human Genome (II)

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