Kristoffer T. Chin: Lab Notebook
- Part I asked to show the alleles of the Green-2 Flower. The flower produced two types of alleles: Blue and Yellow. The difference in the DNA sequence can be seen in bp #79 and #80. #79 in the blue allele has a A and yellow has a G. #80 in the blue has a C and yellow has a G. The changes in these two bp also changes the amino acid sequence from tyrosine (blue) to tryptophan (yellow)
- All of the white alleles do not have the same sequences. in comparing the true white allele flower given in the greenhouse, they have the same DNA sequence. The white is probably more likely produced in because the amino acid sequence
- almost all of the amino acid sequences are the same in the exon except for one amino acid difference meaning all 4 should have the same DNA sequences when it comes to the exon except the single amino acid. The intron does not matter because those are not expressed.
- Phe Tyr must be near each other to make the purple pigment. ading the Tyr seems to differentiate the already given pigments
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