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07. Protein synth


mutation a change in the structure or amount of genetic material in an organism
chromosomal mutations When an entire chromosome is changed
insertion A mutation where there is the addition of one or more nucleotides in a DNA sequence
substitution A mutation where one base is changed to a different base
deletion A mutation where there is the subtraction of one or more nucleotides in a DNA sequence
point mutation A mutation in which only one nucleotide is changed
gene expression The process where a gene is used to make a protein by the processes of transcription and translation
gene a segment of nucleic acids that codes for a RNA
frameshift mutation When a mutation completely changes the order of codons resulting in a completely different protein.
Created by: cfhsbiology