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Intercalating agents, such as ethidium bromide and proflavine, are molecules that may insert between bases in DNA, ...

Mutagenic agents

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Mutagenic agents. I. electromagnetic radiation. a. x-rays and gamma rays. cause breaks in phosphodiester bonds and result chromosome mutations like ...

Effects of mutagenic agents on the DNA sequence in plants, Plant ...

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Mutagenic agents can be classified into three categories: physical (e.g., gamma rays), chemical (e.g., ethyl methane sulphonate) and transposable elements ...

Mutagenesis - Noninduced Mutagenic Agents, Creating Mutations ...

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Mutagenesis is the process of inducing mutations. Mutations may occur due to exposure to natural mutagens such as ultraviolet (UV) light, to industrial or ...

Mutagenesis Facts, information, pictures | Encyclopedia.com articles ...

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Noninduced Mutagenic Agents. Environmental agents can influence the mutation rate not only by increasing it, but also by decreasing it. For example ...

Mutagenic - definition of mutagenic by The Free Dictionary

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An agent, such as a chemical, ultraviolet light, or a radioactive element, that can induce or increase the frequency of mutation in an organism.

BBC - Higher Bitesize Biology - Mutations : Revision, Page3

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A BBC Bitesize secondary school revision resource for Higher Biology on mutations: gene and chromosome mutations, mutagenic agents, polyploidy.

What are three examples of mutagens? | Reference.com

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Full Answer. Mutagens are natural or human-made agents that have the ability to alter the structure or the sequence of human DNA. They cause mutations to ...

Action of Mutagenic Agents - Springer

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There is growing concern that these agents may be significantly contributing to the health burden of man by increasing the frequency of genetic diseases.

Action of Mutagenic Agents - Springer

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Mutagenic Agents. H. V. MALLING AND J. S. WASSOM. I. INTRODUCTION. 4. The biochemical processes which ensure the stability of genetic material.

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Mutation, Mutagens, and DNA Repair - Personal Web Pages

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Jun 14, 1999 ... We can distinguish these from induced mutations; those that occur as a result of interaction of DNA with an outside agent or mutagen.

What are some examples of mutagens? - Quora

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Mutagens may be of physical, chemical or biological origin. They may act directly on the DNA, ... A mutagen is any agent that affects a change (specifically referring to a change in DNA). Thus any carcinogen (that increases the risk of getting ...

Mutagen - Types Of Mutagens - Dna, Radiation, Ionizing, and ...

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Chemical mutagens are classified as alkylating agents, cross-linking agents, and polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons (PAHs). Alkylating agents act by adding ...