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Most of the time, help will come from other closely related species, for which the genetic sequence, or protein code of the gene we are interested in, is known. Homologous genes or amino acid sequences can be aligned from multiple species and conserved and non-conserved regions between species can be identified.

If we know the amino acid code of related organisms, we can work backwards to design a number of ‘degenerate’ primers of multiple iterations to find a set that are complementary to our ‘unknown’ sequence and give an amplifiable product.

A degenerate primer is defined as: “A mix of oligonucleotide sequences in which some positions contain a number of possible bases, giving a population of primers with similar sequences that cover all possible nucleotide combinations for a given protein sequence” (Iserte 2013) . For example:

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Using the International Union of Pure and Applied Chemistry (IUPAC) system for degenerate bases (Table 1) we can insert a single-letter code to represent our unknown region. In the above example we would use ‘S’ in place of GC, and ‘V’ in place of AGC.

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Soil movement is initiated as a result of wind forces exerted against the surface of the ground. For each specific soil type and surface condition there is a minimum velocity required to move soil particles. This is called the threshold velocity. Once this velocity is reached, the quantity of soil moved is dependent upon the particle size, the cloddiness of particles, and wind velocity itself.

Suspension , saltation , and surface creep are the three types of soil movement which occur during wind erosion. While soil can be blown away at virtually any height, the majority (over 93%) of soil movement takes place at or below one meter.

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