A mutation in DNA subsequently causes a premature STOP codon in the mRNA strand. What happens when the ribosome reaches


A mutation in DNA subsequently causes a premature STOP codon in the mRNA strand. What happens when the ribosome reaches a STOP codon?
The ribosome puts a stop amino acid in protein
The ribosome detaches from the mRNA strand
The ribosome and mRNA are stuck together
The tRNA takes over for the ribosome
How is an organism’s genotype related to its phenotype?
variations in genotype lead to different phenotypes
they are not related
variations in phenotype lead to different genotype
Organisms that reproduce sexually tend to have this advantage over organisms that reproduce asexually
They have less genetic diversity because they only mate with one other parent
They can reproduce faster than asexual organisms
They have more genetic diversity because each offspring has genes from two parents
A white mouse is crossed with a black mouse. All the offspring were grey. The genes for fur color in mice show .
Complete dominance
Incomplete dominance
Recessive inheritance
Codominance
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