The human genome contains about 3 x 109 base pairs of DNA. The restriction enzyme NotI cuts DNA at the site GC*GGCCGC (cutting between the 2nd and 3rd bases). About how many fragments would be produced after cutting the entire human genome with NotI? (Assume human DNA is 25% A,C, G and T).

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a) about 45,000 fragments

b) about 94,000,000 fragments

c) about 375,000,000 fragments

d) about 730,000 fragments

e ) 46 fragments, one for each chromosome
asked May 4, 2016 in Genetics by georgepak112 ~Rookie~ (75 points)

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