DNA mutation

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School
Colorado State University
Department
Soil + Crop Sciences
Course
SOCR 330
Professor
Sarah Ward
Semester
Fall

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4 November Translational Gene Regulation: Masked mRNA Unfertilized sea urchin eggs store mRNA complexed with protein, inhibits translation After fertilization proteins removed, translation increases 50x Categories of Mutation Mutation is a heritable change in the genome Mutations can occur in any DNA sequence but are more likely at “hot spots” within the genome (e.g. C G)e Germinal mutations occur in gametes Affect next generation Somatic mutations occur in non-gamete cells Affect individual in which they occur Spontaneous mutations occur naturally Frequently from errors in DNA replication
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