In an Hfr×F− cross, leu+ enters as the first marker, but the order of the other markers is unknown. If the Hfr is wild type and the F− is auxotrophic for each marker in question, what is the order of the markers in a cross where leu+ recombinants are selected if 27 percent are ile+, 13 percent are mal+, 82 percent are thr+, and 1 percent are trp+?
Anyone give idea about it.....???
I think.....on this site nobdy preparing for jrf ...........DBT .
SO MAY BE I LEAVE IT PERMANENTLY ..
BCOZ EXPERTS ARE ALSO NOT IN TOUCH ...SO TOTALLY TIME CONSUMING AND R3SULT 0 ????
I'm not pitching in because of overlooking of repeated requests to frame the questions properly. In last one week, I saw images being posted (that too direct snapshots, with minimal cleaning) without any textual content in the posted questions....I am a strong follower of community friendly guidelines and firmly believe that one effort to help someone should create a chain of future assistance (imagine yourself in a situation where you try to search a question in google, but end up getting no results that suit your needs: won''t that be a bad feeling?) When you put some text in your posts, it helps google to index the same and guides a future information seeker to the same content...moreover a clean and informative post always attracts attention...
This applies to GATE BT threads as well....
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Two groups of rats of different lines were divided into two lots. The four lots, whose dams received a fat-controlled diet, were fed with diets containing different levels of essential unsaturated fatty acids, namely linoleic (18:2 (n-6)) and linolenic (18:2 (n-3)) acid, in the oil. Nerve and muscle fatty acids were analyzed at adulthood. When the linolenic acid level was less than 0.6 p. 100 of the total fatty acids in the diets (peanut oil and sunflower oil), the level of long-chain polyunsaturated fatty acids (PUFA) of the (n-3) series decreased. This decrease was associated with an increase in the PUFA of the (n-6) series. Total PUFA ((n-3) + (n-6)) remained similar in the same group of rats, whatever the diet. On the contrary, when dietary linolenic acid reached 7.6 p. 100 (soya oil) or 8.5 p. 100 (rapeseed oil) of the total fatty acids, in the presence of a very high linoleic acid level, the PUFA of the (n-6) series decreased and that of the (n-3) series increased in nerve and especially in muscle. It appears that preferential PUFA biosynthesis from linolenic acid occurred when the ratio (n-6)/(n-3) was low enough in the dietary oil.
02-24-2017, 03:34 AM
(This post was last modified: 02-24-2017, 03:34 AM by sngm.)
Actually ... The chemical arrangement of UFA linoleic and linolenic acid .... Asked in dbt jrf previous exam ...
And alSo i like reading ....research article ...on journal site ...so post kr di....
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Sunil sir ,
Plz give me information ..about ciab mohali eligibility standard...for diff. Jrf post ... Bcoz they WANT TO recruit only Msc. Life science but btech bt...is also master program a/c to DST. .
TODAY I CONNECT WITH CIAB REGISTRAR BUT ... No response about it ....plz give me details ...
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