how is the chemistry of the genetic code located on DNA related to the macromolecules in your body?
Project description Module 2SLP BUILDING BLOCKS OF LIFE STOP!!! BEFORE YOU PROCYOU MUST HAVE COMPLETED THE READINGS AND WATCHED THE LECTUON THE HOME PAGE IN ORDER TO COMPLETE TEXERCISE! In tCase assignment, you will consider the implications of your genetic code for the assembly of macromolecules in your body. Part I Macromolecules To complete Part I of tCase Assignment, complete the tutorial on macromolecules. List the four main types of polymers described in ttutorial. Include the monomers that make up each type. Include an example of each polymer in the body. Now review what you have learned about DNA by completing the following tutorials: What is DNA? DNA double helix DNA and RNA structure protein synthesis Address the following question: how is the chemistry of the genetic code located on DNA related to the macromolecules in your body? Part II Genetic In Part II of tassignment you will have the opportunity to explore the new era of personalized medicine that uses genetic mapping to determine medical treatment. Watch the NOVA video: Cracking Your Genetic Code to learn more about the genetic technology available to us and what it means for medicine, ethics, and the future of human society. After watching tvideo, procto the following resource and address the topics below in a 2- to 3-page paper https://www.nature.com/scitable/topicpage/genetic-mutation-1127. Explain what a genetic mutation is and the difference between inherited mutations versus point mutations. Describe how the technology explained in Cracking Your Genetic Code can be used to detect mutations and predict your health.