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356. Sequencing Genomes

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This Biology Factsheet:
Explains the term genome.
Describes the link between chromosomes, DNA, genes and the genetic code.
Discusses the importance of sequencing different genomes.
Outlines the Human Genome Project.
Describes the advantages of sequencing different genomes.
Explains the scientific procedures involved in genome sequencing.
Outlines the automated sequencing technique.

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September 2018

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ISSN: 1351-5136

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