GRE Subject Test: Biochemistry, Cell, and Molecular Biology : Genomics

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Example Question #1 : Help With Genome Evolution

Organisms with extremely large genomes tend to have high amounts of what?

Possible Answers:

Intron duplication

None of these are correct

Transposons

Viral DNA insertions

Recombination

Correct answer:

Transposons

Explanation:

Organisms with large genomes tend to have very high levels of transposons. For instance, this is the case in our own genomes. It is hypothesized that in some organisms, there is a breakdown of systems that control insertion of transposons into the genome, resulting in large expansions.

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