Hi, I am looking for someone to write an article on multiple alleles, the inheritance of sex chromosomes and sex-linked characteristics Paper must be at least 1250 words. Please, no plagiarized work! This paper explains the role of multiple alleles in the inheritance of the ABO blood group system. It also discusses the inheritance of sex chromosomes and sex-linked characteristics. A person’s blood type is determined genetically. It is imperative that a thorough understanding of the DNA is ascertained for better grasping of the multiple alleles’ direct contribution to the inheritance of ABO blood systems. Histones allow the packaging of DNA and condense it into chromatin. Histones are highly alkaline proteins with a positive charge while DNA is negatively charged (Pollard and Earnshow, 2007). Accordingly, Histones and DNA will interact with the Histones acting as spool materials in which the DNA can attach itself. Histones and the DNA will form the nucleosomes, which on further packaging and separation by linker DNA’s, result in chromatins. Further condensation of the chromatins and other proteins will result in the chromosomes. Chromosomes can, therefore, be defined as a carrier of genetic information as it contains highly packed DNA and Histones (Pollard and Earnshow, 2007).
DNA consists of nucleotide substances that are further comprised of deoxyribose, phosphate groups and the four bases. DNA is generally a linear sequence of ACTG bases that define the physical traits in an organism. DNA can be viewed as a double helix, which when separated produces two parallel linear strands of the nucleotide letters where each strand is complementary to each other (Pollard and Earnshow, 2007). A Interlocks with T while G interlocks with C. The exact order of the four bases along the molecule represents the coded genetic information. The complementary nature of the code is of great importance in understanding how information is passed on. Genomes are the genetic information defining each organism, which is determined by the genome sequences depending on how the four bases are aligned (Pollard and Earnshow, 2007). It is also important to note that apart from genes, a genome also contains other DNA sequences that do not encode genes. .