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Chlamyodomonas genome is _______ rich.

(a) AT

(b) GC

(c) Only A

(d) Only C

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Correct answer is (b) GC

For explanation: Chlamyodomonas genome is very GC rich. Hence, heterologous genes can’t be expressed until they come from a GC rich genome.

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