A gene is a locus (or region) of DNA which is made up of nucleotides and is the
molecular unit of heredity. <sup>:Glossary</sup> The transmission of genes to an organism's
A gene is the basic physical and functional unit of heredity. Genes, which are
made up of DNA, act as instructions to make molecules called proteins. In
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Gene Ontology: the framework for the model of biology. The GO defines concepts
/classes used to describe gene function, and relationships between these ...
Why does one kid have green eyes while another kid's eyes are brown? It's all in
the genes! Find out how genes work, what happens when there are problems ...
Each person has the same set of genes - about 20,000 in all. The differences
between people come from slight variations in these genes. For example, a
All traits and personality characteristics, from height to fear of heights, are driven
by a complex interplay of genes and environmental feedback. We now know ...
A gene is a short piece of DNA. Genes tell the body how to build specific proteins.
There are about 20,000 genes in each cell of the human body. Together, they ...
Genes are the building blocks of inheritance. Read more about genes and the
currently experimental technique of gene therapy.