Coat color and pattern is a polygenic trait, meaning it is controlled by more than one gene or gene complex. A dog with the gene for black color expression may also have the gene for suppression of black and so have a red or yellow coat. Or a dog with the brindle gene may have one or more of the genes for large areas of white and so have little or no brindle coloring visible. A dog with the dominant black gene may have genes for color fading and appear gray or merle.Rate This Answer
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No relationship at all. Gene Krupa has two adopted children - Mary Grace and Gene. (I played with them as a child!)
Serial analysis of gene expression, or SAGE, allows scientists to study the expressions of many genes at once. The technique uses a sequencing machine and a computer to match the genetic tags to a database.
some environmental factors that can influence gene expression some environmental factors that can influence gene expression are the temperature, nutrition, light, chemical, and infectious agents.
Transcription factors can regulate gene expression
its called epigenetics
Several factors determine the final outcome of gene expression. They include the cell's environment, the presence of other cells, and the timing of gene expression. hope this helped! -Steph
An alarmone is an intracellular signal molecule produced due to harsh environmental factors, serving to regulate the gene expression at transcription level.
Control of an prokaryotic operon is a type of gene regulation that enables organisms to regulate the expression of different genes depending on environmental factors.
The expression of genes in an organism can be influenced by the environment, including the external world in which the organism is located or develops, as well as the organism's internal world, which includes such factors as its hormones and metabolism. One major internal environmental influence that affects gene expression is gender, as is the case with sex-influenced and sex-limited traits. Similarly, drugs, chemicals, temperature, and light are among the external environmental factors that can determine which genes are turned on and off, thereby influencing the way an organism develops and functions.
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the effect of light on chlorophyll production in plants
Being exposed to environmental radiations and chemicals causes gene mutation. Viruses, transposons and errors that occur during meiosis (DNA replication) also affect the genetic code.
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