DNA, RNA, Chromosomes, and Genes


What is gene expression?

Gene expression refers to the molecular product of a particular gene and is another way of describing the phenotype. The phenotype of an organism is a result of the chemical interactions that are guided by the DNA (gene blueprint) for a specific polypeptide.


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