Recombinant DNA Technology Problem Set

Problem 9 Recombinant DNA 4

"Gene library" is a term used to describe:

A. a computerized listing of known DNA sequences.
B. bacteria with plasmids containing DNA fragments representing the majority of the genetic information from a plant or animal.
A library is a culture of bacteria where each cell has one or a few DNA sequences from another organism, but the whole culture contains the majority of the DNA fragments from an organism.
C. a collection of books about recombinant DNA technology.
D. a compilation of the amino acid sequences of protein coding genes.
E. a store that specializes in the sale of Levis.

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Tuesday, October 29, 1996
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