What is gene?

What is gene?

A. A gene is a blueprint of a human.

Your genes are the footprint of who you are. Humans are known to have approximately 26,000 genes. Each gene is made up of a special protein material called DNA, which translates genetic information necessary to sustain function and life. DNA is comprised of 4 amino acids/base letters; Adenine (A), Thymine (T), Guanine (G) and Cytosine( C) in sequential order. We inherit the DNA codes, or sequence, from both our parents, thus, this is why we resemble them.

What is the difference between a Gene and DNA?

A. Genes are the footprint, and DNA is paper and ink.

Genes, the Footprint of Life is the paper that ink is written on. DNA, therefore, is the ink, or the unique handwriting of each person.
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