Spam my thread with Gene explanations Please

In summary, "Spam my thread with Gene explanations Please" is a phrase used to request others to flood a thread with explanations or discussions about genes. It is open to anyone interested in learning or discussing genes and is meant to be a collaborative platform. While there may not be strict rules, it is important to be respectful and considerate when participating in this thread.
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Tell me please what is/are the difference/s between "genetic codes", "DNA", and "genes" ? :confused:

Thank you
 
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DNA is the molecules (i.e. the letters) that forms the genetic material.

The genetic code is the instruction for the cell to make molecules. It is the all the nucleotide triplets (codons) that code for their specific amino acid.

A genes is a group of codons (nucelotide triplets) that code for a protein. The gene is what controlled the inheritence.
 
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for your question! I would be happy to provide some explanations and definitions for these terms.

First, let's start with DNA. DNA, or deoxyribonucleic acid, is a molecule found in all living organisms that carries genetic instructions for the development, functioning, growth, and reproduction of cells. It is often referred to as the "blueprint of life" because it contains the instructions for building and maintaining an organism.

Next, genetic code refers to the specific sequence of nucleotides (the building blocks of DNA) that make up an organism's DNA. These sequences determine the characteristics and traits of an organism, such as physical appearance, behavior, and susceptibility to diseases.

Finally, genes are segments of DNA that contain the instructions for a specific trait or characteristic. They are the basic units of heredity and are responsible for passing down traits from parents to offspring. Each gene has a specific location on a chromosome and can exist in different forms, called alleles.

In summary, DNA is the molecule that contains the genetic code, which is made up of specific sequences of nucleotides. Genes are segments of DNA that contain instructions for specific traits. I hope this helps clarify the differences between these terms! Let me know if you have any further questions.
 

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