about how many repeats of the base-pair sequence would you expect to find in a genome?

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Suppose the nucleotide sequence targeted by the primers in this activity is composed of a number of repeats of a single 16-base-pair sequence. In other words, every repeat within the targeted sequence means another 16 base pairs in the genome. 

May 1st, 2015

there are about 21000 genes

 

 

there are about 3 million base pairs

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