1. pituitary FSH
2. pituitary LH
3. pituitary GH
1. Mutations leading to the production of a strain pathogenic to humans
2. Extinction of natural microbes due to the competitive advantage of the “petro-bacterium”
3. Destruction of natural oil deposits
4. Poisoning of the food chain.
Destruction of natural oil deposits
1. Is a virus that is non-pathogenic
2. In an elongated viral particle
3. Can transfer recombinant DNA to other viruses
4. Will not produce an immune response.
Is a virus that is non-pathogenic
1. The signals that control gene expression are different and prokaryotic promoter regions must be added to the vector
2. The genetic code differs between the two because prokaryotes substitute the base uracil for thymine
3. Prokaryotic cells cannot transcribe introns because their genes do not have them
4. The ribosomes of prokaryotes are not large enough to handle long eukaryotic genes.
The signals that control gene expression are different and prokaryotic promoter regions must be added to the vector
1. a cytoplasmic receptor
2. cyclic AMP
1. Molecular build up at nucleotides
2. Molecular degradation to DNA breakup
3. Molecular knives for cutting DNA at specific sites
4. Molecular cement to combine DNA sites.
Molecular knives for cutting DNA at specific sites