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Transcript
TheCentralDogmaofBiology
dog·ma/ˈdôgmә/ Noun:
A principle or set of principles laid down by an authority as incontrovertibly true:
TheBigPicture
• DNA replication provides the copies of genes that parents pass to offspring.
• However, it is not enough that genes be copied and transmitted; they must also be expressed.
BasicsofGeneExpression
“Cookbook”
(genotype)
nucleus
“Copy of recipe”
“Dish”
(phenotype)
cytoplasm
GeneExpressionVideo
Yeah, I know it’s weird but this is how
genes express themselves