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Phylogenetic Tree Template
Organism Genome Coding Scheme 1 st Codon – Chlorophyll 2 nd Codon – Size of Flower (small, medium, large) 3 rd Codon – Mature size 4 th Codon – Poison Gene 5 th Codon – Petal Color 6 th Codon – Number of Petals 7 th Codon – Shape of Petals
Common Ancestor AUG UGU AAG GCU CGC CAA AGU Organism 1 AUG UGU AAG ACU CCC CAC AAU Organism 2 AUG UUU AAG GCU GGC UAC AGU Organism 3 AUG UGU AAG GCU CGC GAC AGU Organism 4 AUG UGU AAG GCU CUC CAA AUU Organism 5 AUG UGG AAG GCU CCC CAA AGU Organism 6 AUG UGU AAG ACU CUC CAC AAU Organism 7 AUG UGU AAG GCU CUC CAA AGU Organism 8 AUG UUU AAG GCU CGC UAC AGU Organism 9 AUG UUU AAG ACU CUC CAC AAU Organism 10 AUG UGU AAG GCU CUC CAC AGU Organism 11 AUG UUU AAG GCU CGC CAC AGU Organism 12 AUG UUU AAG GCU CCC UAC AGU Organism 13 AUG UUU AAG GCU CGC GAC AGU Organism 14 AUG UGU AAG GCU CGC CAC AGU
ORGANISM 1 AUG UGU AAG ACU CCC CAC AAU
ORGANISM 2 AUG UUU AAG GCU GGC UAC AGU
ORGANISM 3 AUG UGU AAG GCU CGC GAC AGU
ORGANISM 4 AUG UGU AAG GCU CUC CAA AUU
ORGANISM 5 AUG UGG AAG GCU CCC CAA AGU
ORGANISM 6 AUG UGU AAG ACU CUC CAC AAU
ORGANISM 7 AUG UGU AAG GCU CUC CAA AGU
ORGANISM 8 AUG UUU AAG GCU CGC UAC AGU
ORGANISM 9 AUG UUU AAG ACU CUC CAC AAU
ORGANISM 10 AUG UGU AAG GCU CUC CAC AGU
ORGANISM 11 AUG UUU AAG GCU CGC CAC AGU
ORGANISM 12 AUG UUU AAG GCU CCC UAC AGU
ORGANISM 13 AUG UUU AAG GCU CGC GAC AGU
ORGANISM 14 AUG UGU AAG GCU CGC CAC AGU
CA Phylogenetic Tree Possible Answer
Translation By Josh Morris. First Base Second Base Third Base UCAG U UUU phenylalanine UCU serine UAU tyrosine UGU cysteine U UUC phenylalanine UCC serine.
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Transcription & Translation Worksheet. 1. DNA: TAC TGA TCG ACC CCC ATA ATG AAA ATC mRNA: AUG ACU AGC UGG GGG UAU UAC UUU UAG tRNA: UAC UGA UCG ACC CCC.
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G Leucine Serine Tyrosine Stop Cysteine Stop Tryptophan Leucine Proline Histidine Glutamine Arginine Phenylalanine GlycineGlutamic acid Aspartic acid Alanine.
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Figure 17.4 DNA molecule Gene 1 Gene 2 Gene 3 DNA strand (template) TRANSCRIPTION mRNA Protein TRANSLATION Amino acid ACC AAACCGAG T UGG U UU G GC UC.
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Traducción. Molécula de aminoácido Sitio de fijación del aminoácido Adaptador (RNAt) RNAm Triplete nucleotídico que codifica un aminoácido + -O 2 C—C—NH.
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Gene to Protein Gene Expression. Figure 17.UN01 DNA RNA Protein.
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