Why are mRNA sequences generally used in the study of genome sequences in eukaryotes?

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They help in the identification of open reading frames.

Eukaryotes have a number of introns in their genes, so it is difficult to determine the coding regions when viewing the DNA sequences.

Eukaryotic DNA is unstable and is easily degraded by enzymes. mRNA creates a permanent record of the organism's genes.

Eukaryotes have a number of exons in their genes, so it is difficult to determine the coding regions.

 

asked Dec 27, 2012 in Biology by anonymous
    

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Eukaryotes have a number of introns in their genes, so it is difficult to determine the coding regions when viewing the DNA sequences.

 

answered Dec 27, 2012 by anonymous



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