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[QUOTE=Umaurma;78246214]What the hell[/QUOT Did you find hard
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Is there anyone who find hard p2 biology
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What the hell[/QUOT Did you find hard
Not really hard but vague as in I didn’t know what it was asking... also why would they ask ‘what is sewage?’What did you put for the other organ for asexual reproduction
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runner and stem
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runner and stem
oh great! I put that too!
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Not really hard but vague as in I didn’t know what it was asking... also why would they ask ‘what is sewage?’What did you put for the other organ for asexual reproduction
what you wrote about yeast production in genetically identically
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Not really hard but vague as in I didn’t know what it was asking... also why would they ask ‘what is sewage?’What did you put for the other organ for asexual reproduction
Yh they were the most ****ed up questions
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what you wrote about yeast production in genetically identically
It was that **** bout the plasmids n ligase n ****
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oh great! I put that too!
What you wrote about yeast production in genetically identical
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runner and stem
They’re not organs
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what you wrote about yeast production in genetically identically
I think I got this all wrong but I said to use a restriction enzyme to get the section of the pesticide and then use it to get a plasmid again; ligase to join together; then put into yeast cell after removing it’s nucleus... it’s probably wrong
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It was that **** bout the plasmids n ligase n ****
If it is ligase and restriction i'm right
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They’re not organs
So what the answer
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If it is ligase and restriction i'm right
Yh but u need to like expand on like the steps
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what other organs need for asexual
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I think I got this all wrong but I said to use a restriction enzyme to get the section of the pesticide and then use it to get a plasmid again; ligase to join together; then put into yeast cell after removing it’s nucleus... it’s probably wrong
It’s right but yeast is a bacteria n it doesn’t have a nucleus. It has plasmids which use the restriction enzyme. It’s then like put back in the cell. Then in a fermenter to reproduce
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It’s right but yeast is a bacteria n it doesn’t have a nucleus. It has plasmids which use the restriction enzyme. It’s then like put back in the cell. Then in a fermenter to reproduce
yeast are fungi
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It’s right but yeast is a bacteria n it doesn’t have a nucleus. It has plasmids which use the restriction enzyme. It’s then like put back in the cell. Then in a fermenter to reproduce
Maybe I also wrote plasmids and restriction and ligase
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yeast are fungi
i said to use a plasmid as the vector but i think you might have to use a virus because fungus cells dont have plasmids
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