Using recombinant DNA techniques (which will be described in Chapter 9), it is possible to take the.


Using recombinant DNA techniques (which will be illustrative in Chapter 9), it is feasible to engage the DNA of a gene from any cause and establish it on a chromosome in the core of a yeast cell. When you engage the DNA for a civilized gene and put it into a yeast cell chromosome, the altered yeast cell can perform the civilized protein. But when you carry the DNA for a gene normally exhibit on yeast mitochondrial chromosomes and put it on a yeast chromosome in the core, the yeast cell cannot synthesize the amend protein, flush though the gene comes from the similar organism. Explain. What would you want to do to secure that such a yeast cell could perform the amend protein?