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At these localities, rock pocket mice have black fur on their backs. 9). Camouﬂage appears to be important to these mice because owls, which locate prey using their exceptionally keen eyesight, frequently eat nocturnal desert mice. Examples of cryptic coloration are well documented in the scientiﬁc literature, and biologists generally interpret them as adaptations that reduce the likelihood of being captured by a predator. Nevertheless, few researchers have been able to identify precisely the genetic mutations that produced these adaptations.
DNA is a large, double-stranded, helical molecule that contains instructions for assembling a living organism from simpler molecules. The organisms that we recognize as bacteria, trees, ﬁshes, or humans include some striking diﬀerences in their DNA. Thus, molecular building blocks are arranged diﬀerently in each of these organisms, producing diﬀerences in their appearance and function. ) DNA functions similarly in all living organImage not available due to copyright restrictions isms. 4). Proteins carry out most of the activities of life, including the synthesis of all other biologiCHAPTER 1 INTRODUCTION TO BIOLOGICAL CONCEPTS AND RESEARCH 3 DNA RNA Protein Information is stored in DNA.
A lion creeps through the brush of an African plain, ready to spring at a zebra. The leaves of a sunﬂower in Kansas turn slowly through the day, keeping their surfaces fully exposed to the sun’s light. Fungi and bacteria in the soil of a Canadian forest obtain nutrients from decomposing organisms. A child plays in a park in Madrid, laughing happily as his dog chases a tennis ball. In one room of a nearby hospital, a mother hears the ﬁrst cry of her newborn baby; in another room, an elderly man sighs away his last breath.