Explain how genes control our traits with a specific example. Your explanation should contain the following
words: transcription, translation, gene, mRNA, and protein. You should include the name of a specific gene and
a specific protein, and try explain how the role of that particular protein relates to the trait.
Example: The MC1R gene codes for the pigment protein melanin, which is responsible for the traits of brown
eyes, skin and hair. The MC1R gene is first transcribed into mRNA, then translated into the melanin protein.
under the conditions established by national laws and practices. A high level of human health protection shall be ensured in the definition and implementation of all Union policies and activities”(Council of Europe; European Union). In Germany, the right to health, while mentioned in the constitutions of several Bundesländer, or German states, is not specifically enumerated in the Federal Constitution, where the closest provision is arguably the “right to life and physical integrity”(McHale 284). Predictably, the level of available care and the bureaucratic means by which to attain such care vary substantially based on an individual’s legal status in a nation. In Germany, the right to asylum is stated in article 16a of the German Basic Law, and is granted to anyone who flees political persecution, with political persecution being defined as persecution that causes specific violations of individual rights and, due to its intensity, excludes the individual from the “general peace framework of the state unit” (Library of Congress). In terms of provisional access to health care, those classified as ‘Asylbewerber’ (asylum seekers) and ‘geduldete’ (tolerated), are eligible through the German Asylum Seekers Benefits Act (section 4 AsylbLG) for primary care for acute conditions or for pain for which “necessary medical or dental treatment has to be provided including medication, bandages and other benefits necessary for convalescence, recovery, or alleviation of disease or necessary services addressing consequences of illnesses,” with these restrictions also applying to children and adolescents (Fox). Undocumented migrants in Germany face these same restrictions with regards to accessing medical care. Under these laws, pregnant women and those who have recently given birth are eligible to receive the same care as German citizens (Fox). It is also worth noting that, after fifteen months of having received benefits in concordance with the Asylum Seekers’ Benefits Act, asylum seekers typically are granted access to the social benefits elucidated in the Twelfth Book of the Social Code (Sozialgesetzbuch), meaning they can access health care in accordance >GET ANSWER