The Writings of African-Americans®: What is a Genome?

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A genome is:

  • haploid set of chromosomes of an organism, or
  • complete set of genetic material of an organism, or
  • all of the biological information needed to build and maintain a living example of that organism.

Genome is encoded, deoxyribonucleic acid (DNA). Divided into genes, the genes attach to the genome, they switch on gene expression.

The encoded DNA chain is make up of four chemical basis and the sugar 2′-dexoxyribose. The four chemical basis of DNA are:

  •  acdenine (A) & guanine (G) called purines and
  • cytosine (C) & thymine (T) called pyrimidines

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