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When there is a well-established segment of heterochromatin on an interphase chromosome,

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When there is a well-established segment of heterochromatin on an interphase chromosome, there is usually a special barrier sequence that prevents the heterochromatin from expanding along the entire chromosome. Gene A, which is normally expressed, has been moved by DNA recombination near an area of heterochromatin. None of the daughter cells produced after this recombination event express gene A, even though its DNA sequence is unchanged. What is the best way to describe what has happened to the function of gene A in these cells?;(a) barrier destruction;(b) heterochromatization;(c) epigenetic inheritance;(d) euchromatin depletion;Justify

 

Paper#17962 | Written in 18-Jul-2015

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